The Saint Patrick Centre is the only Exhibition in the World about Ireland's Patron Saint
Perhaps you are visiting the northern part of Ireland for the first time, just travelling between Dublin and Belfast or in search of saints and scholars - the Saint Patrick Centre is the perfect venue to stop and explore St Patrick's Country.
The Saint Patrick Centre is the only permanent exhibition in the World about Saint Patrick and is located in the medieval town of Downpatrick 40 minutes south of Belfast and 2 hours north of Dublin. The grave of Ireland's patron Saint is beside the Centre and the Medieval Cathedral of Down. The Saint Parick Centre provides an incredible interactive journey based on Saint Patrick's own writings and houses an amazing virtual flight to all of the places in Ireland associated with Saint Patrick. Located on Saint Patrick's Trail in Saint Patrick's Country.
The Centre is located 2 hours north of Dublin and 40 minutes south of Belfast between the Mountains of Mourne and scenic Strangford Lough.
Operating Hours: Monday – Saturday: 9AM - 5PM.
Last Admission 4PM
Telephone: +44 (0)28 4461 9000
Address: The Saint Patrick Centre, Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT30 6LZ
Visit: Saint Patrick Centre online at www.saintpatrickcentre.com
Dr Tim Campbell has a PhD in Irish History from Queen's University Belfast 1996. He has written numerous guides to records for the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland including 'Guide to County Sources: North Antrim' (2 vols), and the ‘Guide to Cou... Read Full Bio