Map & Directions
Inishowen Maritime Museum & Planetarium
4 Coastguard Station,
t: 074 9381363
How to find us
Directions from City Of Derry (total distance approx. 20 miles)
Take A2 north and follow sign for Moville. Continue on the road after Moville, keeping Lough Foyle to your right. After approx 3 miles, coming down a hill, you can see Greencastle pier and harbour on your right hand side. Take the right turn before Greencastle Seafood building. At the end of this building turn left and the Museum is on the left.
The Inishowen Peninsula
The Inishowen Peninsula is the largest peninsula in Co Donegal and is often described as ‘Ireland in Miniature’. It seems likely from archaeological evidence that the earliest settlers arrived here around 5000 years ago and these and those who followed have left a rich and varied archaeological heritage which includes standing stones, tombs and other monuments. Many of these are signposted and accessible and are a ‘window’ to the areas past and its people.
The Inishowen 100 Scenic Drive is a 100 mile long signposted touring route around the peninsula and is an opportunity to experience some of Irelands most breathtaking scenery. Amongst its highlights is Irelands most northerly point at the wild and rugged Malin Head.
Further information on North Donegal and its attractions is available from the following:
North West Tourism (www.ireland-northwest.travel.ie)
Donegal Tourism (www.donegaldirect.ie)
Rural Tourism Ireland (www.ruraltourismireland.com)
Inishowen Tourism (www.visitinishowen.com)
Hills of Donegal (www.hillsofdonegal.com)
Moville News, Events, Tourism & Services (www.CraicOn.com)