Monaghan County Museum
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1-2 Hill Street, Monaghan Town, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
The Monaghan County Museum, in Monaghan Town, is a national and European award winning museum which encapsulates the archaeology of the local region under one roof.
The Monaghan County Museum, in Monaghan Town, boasts a comprehensive collection of artefacts including medieval crannógs native to Monaghan and perhaps one of the most prominent finds of the region: the Cross of Clogher dated to the 14th century.
The Monaghan County Museum has been awarded the Council of Europe museum prize and the Gulbenkian (a Norwich Union award).
The Monaghan County Museum encapsulates the archaeology of the local region and is also actively involved in many archaeological excavations in the local area.