The Lory Meagher Heritage Centre
just three miles from the famous hurling village of Tullaroan , lies Kilkenny's
GAA museum and Heritage Centre. The site and area are steeped in all the best
of Kilkenny GAA tradition and indeed is housed on the very lands that one of Tullaroans
and Kilkennys most famous sons, Lory Meagher was born and reared.
museum houses a vast collection of Kilkennys GAA history , including a section
for clubs , report and clippings from Kilkennys vast All-Ireland collection, as
well as a famous vault room containing past players medals, boots and even jersies.
To be seen also, is a collection of trophies which are not in use today, but are
housed for visitors to admire for eternity.
What makes this center so attractive
to all people, is the heritage aspect of the Centre. Lory's house and grounds
donated ,by his nephew Dan Hogan, are restored in splendid fashion to an 18th
The workmanship and renovations are a credit to all involved
in this venture, a credit to all that is good in a rural community proud of their