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Indoor Activities

Lissadell House & Gardens

Lissadell is famous as the childhood home of Constance Markievicz, her sister Eva Gore Booth and her brother Josslyn Gore Booth. Sligo born poet W. B. Yeats was friendly with the Gore Booth sisters and stayed at Lissadell in 1893 and 1894. He immortalised Lissadell and the Gore Booth sisters in his poetry. 
www.lissadellhouse.com

Hawk's Well Theatre

Sligo Town's 340 seat Hawk's Well Theatre features a wide ranging program of music and entertainment such as comedy, drama, traditional music, jazz, opera, pantomime, dance and children's theatre.

www.hawkswell.com

Gaiety Cinema, Sligo

The Gaiety Cinema, Sligo is a 12 screen cinema that has all the features of a modern multiplex. They can cater for every occasion from birthday parties to group outings.

www.gaietysligo.ie 

Yeats Memorial Building

Home to the The Yeats Society whose aim is to keep alive the memory of W.B. Yeats and encourage appreciation of his literary works. The Yeats Photographic Exhibition and the Yeats Art Gallery can also be found here

yeatssocietyirelandsligo.com

The Model Niland Centre

This Sligo arts centre features several major exhibitions of noted national and international contemporary artists and also has a contempory music programme and cinema
themodel.ie

The Factory

A 100 seater multi purpose performance centre located in Sligo town hosting its own theatre company Blue Raincoat
www.blueraincoat.com

Hamilton Gallery

 Located on the first floor of No. 4 Castle Street, a listed Victorian building in the heart of Sligo.

Exhibitions are open to the public from 10am to 5pm, Monday to Saturday. 

www.hamiltongallery.ie

Sligo County Museum

The Yeats Room hosts a collectioncontains footage of W.B Yeats funeral cortege as well as various manuscripts, photographs, letters and newspaper cuttings associated with the local poet William Butler Yeats including a copy of his 1923 Nobel Prize winning medal. There is also a display of artefacts and memorabilia associated with Countess Constance Markievicz and her sister Eva Gore-Booth.