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Enniskillen Castle Museums - About

Enniskillen Castle, a popular tourist attraction in County Fermanagh, is located in a picturesque setting, beside the river Erne. The castle was built in the 16th century by Hugh Maguire. In 1607 it was remodelled and refurbished by Captain Willian Cole and was remodelled again in the 18th century. Today the Castle is home to the Fermanagh County Museum and the Inniskillings Museum.

The Fermanagh County Museum, focuses on the history, culture and natural history of the county. Here you can learn about its history, traditional rural life and local crafts, which includes the famous Belleek pottery.

Also located inside Enniskillen Castle is the Inniskillings Museum. It tells the story of the town’s two regiments, The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers and the 5th Royal Dragoon Guards.

Note: the Castle is undergoing major developments which will be completed in 2016, therefore access is limited to the Castle keep. However, at a reduced price visitors can still enjoy the Inniskillings Museum and the Museum’s Medieval Maguires display remains open.

When the refurbishment is complete the Enniskillen Castle Museums will be the main introduction and gateway attraction of the region.


The Inniskillings Museum 
Family (Two Adults and two children)£15
Child (Under 5)Free
The Enniskillings Museum - Group (10+ people) 
20% discount total payable (excudes education programmes)s

Opening Times

The Enniskillings Museum 
January - April 
Monday - Friday2pm - 5pm
May - June 
Monday2pm - 5pm
Tuesday - Friday10am - 5pm
Saturday2pm - 5pm
July - August 
Monday2pm - 5pm
Tuesday - Friday10am - 5pm
Saturday - Sunday2pm - 5pm
Monday2pm - 5pm
Tuesday - Friday10am - 5pm
Saturday2pm - 5pm
October - December 
Monday - Friday2pm - 5pm

*Last Admission is at 4:15pm
*Times differ on Bank Holidays. For more information visit


Fermanagh County Museum,
Enniskillen Castle Museums,
Co. Fermanagh,
N. Ireland,
BT74 7HL

Telephone: (028) 6632 5000