This travelling exhibition gives visitors an opportunity to learn about the history and culture of Irish Traditional Music, Song and Dance from the 1700's until the present day. Irish traditional music, song and dance is regarded worldwide as vibrant example of a 'living' tradition. Its journey from its humble roots in the homes and crossroad dances of rural Ireland to its international influences today defines it as an animated and evolving cultural phenomenon. It is a gift to us handed down from our ancestors and its worldwide popularity ensures it is very much alive and growing. A section of the exhibition space showcases the history of the tradition in Donegal. The exhibition showcases the tradition through historic and contemporary photographs and texts. The exhibition runs from July to the early September . Admission free, all are welcome. Music sessions, talks and events will be held throughout the exhibition run. Opening hours Mon- Fri 10am - 4.30pm; Lunch 12.30 - 1pm Sat 1- 4.30pm