County Louth Archives and Libraries
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For a list of archives and libraries on the national level, go to the Ireland Archives and Libraries page.
Archives[edit | edit source]
British Newspaper Archive (County Louth)
Website: British Newspaper Archive (County Louth)
County Louth Genealogy Archives
Website: County Louth Genealogy Archives
Ireland Genealogy Projects (County Louth)
Website: Ireland Genealogy Projects (County Louth)
The Irish Archives (County Louth)
Website: The Irish Archives (County Louth)
Louth County Archives
Louth County Archives
Dundalk A91 PY17
Telephone: 042 9324358
Website: Louth County Archives
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- Louth County Archives Service is located in a mid-19th century gaol building located on the Ardee Road, Dundalk. It is a repository for the public and private archives of County Louth.
Libraries[edit | edit source]
Dundalk Library and Library H.Q.
Dundalk Roden Place
Dundalk A91 RC44
Telephone: 042 9353190
Website: Dundalk Library and Library H.Q.
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Museums[edit | edit source]
County Museum Dundalk
8 Jocelyn Street
Telephone: 042 9392999
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Website: County Museum Dundalk
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- The County Museum, Dundalk, is one of Ireland's finest Local Authority Museums. The museum opened in 1994 and offers an extensive programme of permanent exhibitions, temporary displays, drama presentations, music recitals, lecture, and film.
Drogheda Museum Millmount
Telephone: 041 983 3097
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Website: Drogheda Museum Millmount
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Website #4: Millmount Museum & Martello Tower
- Drogheda Museum Millmount and Martello Tower are located on the great fort that towers over the town of Drogheda, County Louth, on an ancient hill overlooking the historic river Boyne. It is the gateway to the Boyne Valley, an area rich in heritage dating back over 9,000 years, while the town itself is over 800 years old.
For a list of County Louth museums, go to List of museums in the Republic of Ireland in Wikipedia. Click on the arrow in the column heading labeled County to make the listing alphabetical by county name beginning with County Carlow.