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Glebe House & Gallery - The Derek Hill Collection

Category: Outdoors, Rainy Day, Culture, Nature/Wildlife

Type: Forest & Woodland, Museums & Galleries, Parks & Gardens, General Attractions

Churchill
Letterkenny
Co Donegal
Tel: +353 74 913 7071

Please mention ireland-guide.com when enquiring.

Regency House built in 1828 set in woodland gardens with art collection including 300 works by leading 20th century artists; Picasso, Kokoshka as well as Irish and Italian artists

Glebe House & Gallery - The Derek Hill Collection

Regency House built in 1828 that is set in woodland gardens, decorated with William Morris textiles, Islamic and Japanese art etc. The English portrait and landscape painter Derek Hill lived and worked there from 1954 until he presented the house and his art collection to the Irish state in 1981.

The collection includes 300 works by leading 20th century artists; Picasso, Kokoshka as well as Irish and Italian artists. Exhibitions are shown in the adjoining gallery.

The woodland gardens, which border Lough Gartan, are open all year round.

Opening Time:

Open Daily July & August 11am-6.30pm; Sat-Thur in June & September 11am-6.30pm (closed Fridays). Gallery also open during Easter.

Admission Charge:

Adults €3; Child/Student €1; OAP/Group €2; Family €8. Gallery is free of charge.
Glebe House & Gallery - The Derek Hill Collection - Churchill Letterkenny County Donegal Ireland
Glebe House & Gallery - The Derek Hill Collection - Churchill Letterkenny County Donegal Ireland
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18km from Letterkenny on R251

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