Drumcliff Things to Do
This is a lovely little church. While Yeats's grave would be the main attraction for some, the church itself is well worth a visit.
Also on site are the round tower and the Droim Chailbh cross. Both are historical relics.
Yeats's grave is located in St Columba's Churchyard, just outside Drumcliffe. Very popular with tourists.
Founded for Dominicans by Maurice Fitzgerald in 1252,
and destroyed by the fire in 1414.
The present ruinous condition dates from 1641.Related to:
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Drumcliff Off The Beaten Path
There setting on the shore of Lough Gill,
This manor house was built in 1609 by Captain Robert Parke,
an English setter who later became MP for Leitrim.Related to:
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