Lifford Old Courthouse Visitor Centre
The Old Courthouse in Lifford was built in 1746, making it one of the oldest and most interesting courthouses in the country. Visitors to the museum can witness re-enactments of some of the trials once held here, such as the famous Napper Tandy Trial and the Lord Leitrim murder trial. You can also tour the lower levels of the museum which features the building’s original dungeons, and see what life was like for prisoners once held here. Tour guides assist show the process of how prisoners we charged, fingerprinted and locked up in their cells.