About the Museum

view of the castle from the lakeYOU MUST VISIT THE INNISKILLINGS MUSEUM!

In the historic Castle of Enniskillen, on the banks of the Erne, where the regiments had their birth, Enniskillen Castle Museums have something for all the family: movies, music, inter-actives and quizzes, and stories to make us all think. Your ticket gets you into Fermanagh County Museum too. Don’t miss it.


The museum is accredited with the Museums, Libraries and Archives Commission and the Northern Ireland Museums Council.

Opening Hours and Admission Rates

Opening Hours
77mm gun

Admission Rates


For a detailed list of forthcoming events in Enniskillen Castle Museums please CLICK HERE


For information on other attractions, accommodation and places to eat please visit  www.fermanaghlakelands.com/


Enniskillen Castle is on Wellington Road, beside the West Bridges, and is within easy walking distance from the town centre.

There is a free car park beside the Castle. Enniskillen Bus Centre is five minutes walk from the Castle.

There are no rail services to County Fermanagh.

Travelling by bus from Northern Ireland?  Click here for Bus timetables.

Travelling by bus from the Republic of Ireland?  Click here for Bus timetables.


The Inniskillings Museum,
The Castle,
BT74 7HL,
Telephone: 0044 (0) 28 6632 3142
Fax: 0044 (0) 28 6632 0359


Postal address: The Inniskillings Museum, The Castle, Enniskillen BT74 7HL, UK
Telephone: 0044 (0) 28 6632 3142
Fax: 0044 (0) 28 6632 0359
Email: info@inniskillingsmuseum.com

Travel distances to Enniskillen

Dublin 103 165 N3 / A509
Belfast 87 140 M1 / A4
Armagh 52 83 A28 / A4
Belleek 24 38 A46
Cavan 32 51 N3 / A509 / A4
Derry/Londonderry 63 100 A5 / A32
Donegal Town 39 62 N15 / N3 / A46
Galway 118 190 N17 / N16 / A4
Omagh 26 42 A32
Sligo 40 64 N16 / A4


Parking – There are 2 designated spaces for Blue Badge holders in the main car park beside the Castle. A drop off point is available to the left of the main entrance door.

Toilets – Toilets, including those for the disabled, are located in the Visitor Centre.

The Keep – The two upper floors of the Keep (Inniskillings Museum) are only accessible by stairs, but the displays on these floors may be viewed on a user-friendly Audio Visual Virtual Tour on the ground floor.


Refreshments are available in the Visitor Centre.