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- Directions: Located on the R315, approx. 3km (3 miles) from Crossmolina on the Castlebar road.
- Opening Times: For Genealogical enquiries: Open all year, Monday to Friday, 10am - 4pm Heritage Centre, Museum & Garden: 10am - 6pm (Monday to Friday)and 2pm - 6pm (weekends and bank holidays)
- Opening Months: Heritage Centre and Museum: Open April to end October Garden: Open April to end October
- Cost: Adults: €6 for Museum; €6 for Garden. Both: €10. Senior Citizens: €3 for Museum; €5 for Garden. Both: €6 Students/Children: €2 for Museum and €2 for Garden. Both: €3 Family: €8 for Museum and €12 for Garden. Both: €15 Group rates available, by prior arrangement
Mayo North Family Research CentreCrossmolina Mayo - Ireland West
The Mayo North Family Research Centre was set up in 1983 to carry out genealogical research for clients whose ancestors came from the northern part of Co Mayo. It is a member of the Irish Family History Foundation. It has amassed a wealth of local knowledge that is an essential part of the process of putting together comprehensive family trees. The Centre has compiled a complete database of all the major genealogical resources relating specifically to the North Mayo catchment area, which comprises 29 parishes. The specially-designed database now contains nearly a million records for North Mayo. Records for the remaining parishes of County Mayo are held at the south Mayo family history centre in Ballinrobe. The Centre specialises in the production of individually-researched Family History Reports researched by dedicated and professional genealogical researchers. You can commission your exclusive report by simply filling in the application form available on our site – http://www.heritageatenniscoe.com or emailing your enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ContactTelephone+353 (0)96 31 809
Fax:+353 (0)96 31 885
Address: Enniscoe, Castlehill, Ballina