Ballymahon


Ballymahon town, in south county Longford is centrally located and easily accessed by motorway links from Dublin, Galway and Northern Ireland.

The town offers a range of activities, with local literary landmarks and specialist shopping, dining and drinking opportunities to discover. The birthplace of playwright Oliver Goldsmith and home of Irish poet John Keegan “Leo” Casey; Ballymahon is steeped in literary history.

The town is at the cutting edge of tourism developments with the Royal Canal Greenway bringing walkers and cyclists into town on a daily basis, and the local Newcastle Wood which has been chosen as the site for the new Center Parcs Longford Forest.

Ballymahon
Screening Venues 2018

Bog Lane Theatre

The Bog Lane Theatre

Wonderfully rustic theatre located in the heart of Ballymahon

Ballymahon Library

Ballymahon Library

Beautifully refurbished three-bay two-storey former court house and market house, built between c. 1819 - 1826 and now Library

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