This 10th-century church is the oldest church in continuous use in Ireland and was built on a site of a monastery founded in the 6th century. The doorway is a notable example of early Christian church architecture. The adjacent tower house, built c1500 by the O’Grady family, will also be accessible. As will the nearby Scariff RC Church which features four stained glass windows from Harry Clarke Studio.
Open on a ‘First Come’ basis.