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New Photographic Exhibition Now Open!

Galway Markets (1870s - 1930s) Galway City Museum announces a brand new exhibition about the Galway Markets - a much celebrated aspect of life in Galway down through the years. In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Galway was an important market town where people from the surrounding districts came to buy and sell produce.  [...]

New exhibition launched!

'Tom Molineaux (1784-1818), the slave who fought his way to freedom' In the summer of 1818, an African-American bare-knuckle prize fighter by the name of Tom Molineaux was discovered sick and destitute on the streets of Galway. Aged just 34, the washed-up fighter was given shelter in the band room of the Shambles Barracks in [...]

‘Old Salthill’ Exhibition Now Open!

'Old Salthill' by Tom Kenny Galway City Museum is delighted to announce the opening of ‘Old Salthill’, the second in a series of temporary exhibitions scheduled for 2018.  The exhibition, curated by Tom Kenny of Kenny’s Bookshop and Gallery was officially launched Thursday 19th April by Mayor Pearce Flannery. According to Tom Kenny “these photographs [...]

Winner of 2018 Experts’ Choice Award

Winner of 2018 Experts' Choice Award Galway City Museum has been chosen as a winner of the TripExpert Experts' Choice Award. Fewer than 2% of attractions worldwide receive this award. The award is based on over 1 million reviews from 85 publications and recognizes the best attractions around the world. TripExpert takes a new approach [...]


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