The Centre unfolds the history of Glin its people and culture in a series of exhibits and displays housed in a beautiful renovated 19th. Century stone church next to the gates of Glin castle. The heritage centre celebrates Glins past and tells the story of the once thriving Salmon fishing industry, the river traffic in the days of sail, the fairs and butter markets held in the square. It also tells the story of Glin Castle, home of the 29th Knight of Glin, the courthouse schools trades and occupations their folklore, music and traditions of the people of Glin. Open daily 10am-6pm, April to October.