Carrowmore is a large group of megalithic monuments on the Cúil Irra peninsula near Sligo, Ireland. They were built in the 4th millennium BCE, during the Neolithic era. There are thirty surviving tombs, the earliest dating to around 3700 BCE, making Carrowmore the largest and among the oldest cemeteries of megalithic tombs in Ireland. It is considered one of the 'big four' along with Carrowkeel, Loughcrew and Brú na Bóinne. Carrowmore is the heart of an ancient ritual landscape which is dominated by the mountain of Knocknarea to the west. It is a protected National Monument.Download Download See more
Mar 24 - Oct 12:
Daily: 10 am - 6 pm
Last admission at 5 pm.
Phone +353 71 916 1534
Address Carrowmore, Co. Sligo, Ireland
Coordinates 54°15'3.049" N -8°31'9.574" E