Limavady Museum’s collections are displayed at Green Lane Museum in Roe Valley Country Park as well as the Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre/Ionad Ealaíon agus Cultúir Ghleann na Ró in Limavady.
Green Lane Museum is open between Easter and September every year. Here, visitors can view historical exhibits relating to the linen and agricultural industries and experience the true flavour of days gone by in Limavady. Green Lane Museum houses most of the larger items in the collection such as Hunters bakers cart and the tumbling body plough. Both permanent and temporary exhibitions are on display throughout the season and craft demonstrations take place on selected afternoons. For further details about Green Lane Museum’s opening times, click here.
The Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre, meanwhile, opened in October 2010. It has a dedicated heritage space- the Ritter Gallery- where temporary exhibitions of local and regional significance run throughout the year. The Centre also has a purpose-built museum store, where the majority of the collection is now housed. A variety of talks, workshops and activities for local groups and schools run in conjunction with the exhibitions at the Centre. Further details about heritage provision at the Centre can be found here.