the capital town of County Westmeath. Mullingar has a rich heritage
dating back to the Norman Times, and has kept its market town values.
Interesting sightseeing tours such as those listed below provide an enjoyable experience of rural Irish heritage:
ˇ Fore Trail Seven Wonders
ˇ Tullynally Castle
ˇ Lockes Distillery
ˇ Belvedere House and Gardens – Belvedere Trail
ˇ Lilliput Adventure Centre
ˇ Official Home Town of Joe Dolan
ˇ Mullingar Golf Club
has many superb facilities such as shopping malls, retails parks,
numerous cafés and restaurants, and a public library in the centre of
the town. Mullingar’s night life provides numerous pubs and clubs to
choose from and all within walking distance from each other. A 6 screen
IMC Multiplex Cinema is located at Lakepoint Park. Cathedral of Christ
the King is an architectural marvel and Mullingar Swimming Pool is open
all year round.
areas of interest are its two major Lakes (Lough Ennel and Lough Owel)
located approximately 4kms from the town. The Lakes are surrounded by
beautiful scenery and wild life. The lakes are famous for their trout
fishing and are visited throughout the year by anglers. Boat hire and
tackle available locally.
ˇ Mullingar is an 80 km journey from Dublin
ˇ Population: 20,000 approx.
ˇ Linked to Dublin by the N4/M4 and approximately 40 minutes drive from the Capital.
ˇ Surrounding Lakes are approximately 3 km and 4 km drive respectively. ( Lough Owel and Lough Ennell)
ˇ Daily trains into Mullingar Station on Dublin and Sligo Lines.
bus transport into Mullingar from Dublin, Limerick, Cork, Galway and
Belfast. Regular bus links to Dublin throughout the day.