EHD Events

From Tralee to Rhodesia
She went on to become the medical officer for Lurgan Workhouse, Armagh and by 1921 she was working in Rhodesia at the Kalene Missionary Hospital. Dr. Revington is one of a number of Kerry women who have made a substantial contribution in their communities that we have begun to discover through gene

August 22nd, 2019

Kerry County Museum, Co. Kerry

Dodder Walk and General History
River Dodder Walk. A leisurely stroll along the lovely Dodder old paths, exploring the source, the mills, the flora and the wildlife.

August 18th, 2019

Kevin Flood, Meet at Dropping Well Pub and Restaurant, Milltown Road, Dublin 6, Co. Dublin – Dublin City

Historical Nun's Cross Church
The church as connections with the Synge family of Glanmore Castle but also with the Casement Family of Cronroe House (now known as Bel-Air Hotel). Both Sir Roger Casement and literary giant John Millington Synge would have attended church here while on one of their many visits to their cousins in

August 25th, 2019

Nun's Cross Church Killiskey Parish, Nuns Cross Church, Ashford, Wicklow, A67 WP83, Co. Wicklow

Loop Head Geology Walk
We will explore the spectacular geology of Co. Clare and the ancient basin that gave rise to the rocks of the Burren, Loop Head and Cliffs of Moher. Starting at the iconic Bridges of Ross, we will stroll through ancient sand volcanoes and submarine landslides and look at the remains of marine anima

August 20th, 2019

iCRAG (Irish Centre for Research in Applied Geosciences) & Burren and cliffs of Moher UNESCO Global Geopark, Meet at Bridges of Ross car park, Loop Head, Co. Clare

Tenakill House Restoration Project
There will be face painting for the children on the day and a bouncing castle while the adults can enjoy some refreshments. It is the intention of the committee to establish the house, when completed, as a museum and a library housing the memorabilia and writings of Honest Pat Lalor and his three

August 22nd, 2019

Lalor House Restoration Project, Tenakill, Raheen, Co. Laois

Historic Old Donore Cemetery
Old Donore cemetery is situated on the Hill of Donore commanding impressive vies from Slane to Drogheda and the Irish sea and fro the Cooley to the Dublin mountains. It was the burial ground for people from miles around and famously was king James' camp where he viewed the Battle of the Boyne

August 25th, 2019

Old Donore Cemetery Committee, Donore Old Cemetery, Co. Meath

Monaghan Book of Plans Online
For the first time these plans will be available to the public via our online exhibition during heritage week 2018.

August 24th, 2019

Monaghan County Museum,, Co. Monaghan

Historic & Architectural Tours
In 2017 a Visitor Centre was established with a Cafe, gift-shop and research hub for the Cork Folklore Project now on site. Visitors can enjoy these new additions with tours of the Folklore Project's exhibition and work, an interactive quiz on Cork folklore & traditions and the Cork Memory

August 18th, 2019

North Cathedral Visitor Centre, Cathedral of St Mary & St Anne, Co. Cork City

Swords Heritage Free Audio Guide
Explore the history of Swords with our free audio guide. Our guide will lead you through the streets of Swords where you will meet the characters and hear the stories that helped to shape the town. Swords is situated within the fertile lands of Fingal in north County Dublin. The name Fingal is deri

August 18th, 2019

Abarta Heritage, Your self-guided tour begins at St. Colmcille’s Well, Well Road/Church Road, Swords, County Dublin, Co. Dublin – Fingal