Links

Lismore Heritage Centre
Information on Lismore Heritage Centre, historic & educational tours, craft shop and festivals. Through the tourist office in the centre you can book accommodation in the Lismore area.

Lismore Castle Gardens
The historic gardens of Lismore Castle are set within the castle walls and comprise of 7 acres with spectacular views of the Castle and surrounding countryside. The gardens are open to the public from March to October. See website for details.

Waterford City and County Council
Waterford City and County Council supports the Immrama festival

Foras na Gaeilge
Foras na Gaeilge are supporters of Imramma. The aim of their website is to create a central point on the internet for everything to do with the Irish language, classes, course, events, and the likes.

Ireland.com
The official tourist information site for Ireland. Make this the year that you re-discover your Ireland. The holiday you’ll never forget is out there, waiting for you.

Dungarvan Tourism
The official resource for tourists in Dungarvan.

Copper Coast Geopark
Official resource for tourists visiting Waterford’s Copper Coast. UNESCO has designated this area a geopark, for geological, archaeological, ecological and cultural reasons.

Waterford County Museum
This website has over 3000 pages of content and over 6000 images from Waterford history (including many images of Lismore).

Waterford Crystal
The official website of Waterford Crystal.

AOIFE
AOIFE, the Association of Irish Festival Events, is the all-island advocacy and development network of festivals and events.

Molly Keane Writers Retreat
The writer Molly Keane lived at Dysert in the picturesque village of Ardmore in County Waterford. Her daughter Virginia Brownlow has now made the house available for use by contemporary writers of all abilities.

About Lismore Immrama

Immrama is held in Lismore, County Waterford, Ireland, on a weekend in June each year since 2003. Immrama has been dedicated to the art of Travel Writing, Good Music, and Fine Entertainment since its inception. Over the centuries many people have made journeys to and from Lismore and we hope that you will enjoy your lmmram in Lismore.

Contact Information

Jan Rotte: +353(58)53803

Lismore Heritage Centre: 058 54975
during office hours

E-mail: info@lismoreimmrama.com

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