Culture & Heritage
The Lismore Gaelic Heritage Centre - Ionad Naomh Moluag – (the place of St Moluag).
The Centre has a Museum , a library, a reconstructed Cottars’ cottage, a shop, and a cafe.
It is open every day from 11-4, from April till October.
The Museum – entrance by donation - has an annually changing special exhibition as well as many permanent exhibits, and a Cottar’s cottage, Taigh Iseabal Dhaibh.
The cafe serves a selection of light bites, main meals and cakes as well as a selection of teas , coffee and alcoholic drinks. At times, it also does evening meals, dine in or takeaway. These are popular and you need to book More info: https://isleoflismore.com/food-drink
The Library: There are two: the private David White Library and the Argyll & Bute Lending Library. A good reference section is used by a lot by visitors wishing to identify a bird or a flower or whatever. Gifts of suitable reference books are always gratefully received.
The Shop is well stocked with locally produced items and Lismore books, as well as a range of items many made in Scotland.
The Website covers the island’s history, culture, heritage plus a What’s New at the Museum front page blog. www.lismoregaelicheritagecentre.org It has links to FB, Twitter and Instagram.