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Manorhamilton, which lies in the shadow of Benbo mountain, is the principal town in North Leitrim. Home of unspoiled green fields, prized angling and the seven beautiful glens of Glencar, Glenfarne, Glenaniff, Glenboy, Glenkeel, Gleniff and Glenade.

Come to North Leitrim and discover all we have to offer - lose yourself in our rivers, the lakes or in the forests and mountains that provide such wonderful scenery. Once lost you may never want to be found! 


Manorhamilton Castle around which the town of Manorhamilton grew has a dramatic and colorful history, stories of which live on in the town to this day.

The castle overlord Sir Frederick Hamilton was to become a bye word for cruelty down the centuries as a result of his brutality in suppressing uprisings led by the O’Rourke Chieftains whose land he had seized. On display is a permanent exhibition including artefacts from the 17th Century, replica period costumes, furniture, a castle model and other interesting items and information.

Manorhamilton Castle and Heritage Centre is open all the year round to the general public and to organized tours. A tour of the recently restored castle ruins and grounds can be taken, conducted by an experienced and informative guide.


Manorhamilton Farmers Market takes place every Friday from 10am-2pm in the grounds of the Bee Park Resource Centre in Manorhamilton, County Leitrim. During the winter months the centre offers its indoor facility to host the market.

Stalls at the market offer a range of organic meat, fruit and vegetables as well as home baking, cheese and fresh fish. Visitors and locals are invited to browse, buy and soak up the market atmosphere.