Dunfanaghy Workhouse Heritage Centre is located a short walk from the Market Square in Dunfanaghy, Co. Donegal. The Heritage Centre explores the local history and culture of the area, and features regular exhibitions about the Great Famine, Dunfanaghy and Arts and Crafts. Housed in The Workhouse is an exhibition telling the story of Wee Hannah, who is mentioned in The Famine Graveyard page. Wee Hannah struggled to survive The Famine, and lived for a while in The Workhouse.
Opened as a heritage centre in 1995, it also has a coffee shop, art gallery, children’s play area craft and book shop.
Admission to the Workhouse is free, and everyone is very welcome, but some of the exhibitions have an admission fee on occasion.
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