Source: Athenry Historical Society
Castle: Mainly 13th century.
Town Walls with WallTowers and Gateway: early 14th century.
Dominican Priory: founded 1241 – with noteworthy medieval grave slab.
St Mary’s Collegiate Parish Church: founded c.1235 – 40.
Market Cross: late 15th century of ‘lantern’ or ‘tabernacle’ type.
Railway Station: mid – 19th century.
Old Railway Hotel: c.1850.
‘Winged Horse’ – stainless steel monument by Conor Fallon commemorating the poet Padraig Fallon, a native of Athenry: erected 1992.
Athenry – Galway Road
Parsons Fair Green and Cross Base: 1629.
Ring Forts: 1st millennium A.D.
‘The Farmyard’, Mellows Agricultural College: commandeered by Liam Mellows in 1916.
Windmill Base: 18th century.
Derrydonnell Tower House: 15th century.
Fulachta Fiadh – prehistoric cooking sites: c.1,000 B.C.
Ring-Barrows – early Iron Age burial sites: 1st century B.C. /A.D.
Athenry – Coshla Road
Athenry – Raheen – Turloughmore Road
Moanbaun Ring Fort: 1st Millennium A.D.
Castle (convent on OS map); probably 13th century.
‘Leacht Oliver Browne’ – Memorial Monument: late 17th century.
Athenry – Park – Tuam Road
Castle Ellen Tower House; 1616 (?)
Castle Ellen and Gate – Lodge: late 18th century.
Belleville and Gate – Lodge: late 18th century.
Athenry – Monivea Road
Kilcornan Deserted Medieval Village: late 18th century?
Kilcornan Early Monastic Site and Children’s Burial ground: 7th /8th century A.D.
Tower House: 15th/16th century.
Pre-reformation church and children’s burial ground: 17th century.
Monivea: Landlord’s town with bleaching/green: 1740’s.
FFrench Mausoleum: late 19th century.
Monivea Castle – O’Kelly Tower – House acquired early 17th century by the FFrenchs.
Athenry – Newcastle Road
Graigh Abbey: 18th/19th century.
Temple Moyle/Tysaxon; early 13th century church on late 7th century church/site.
Athenry – Esker – Attymon Road
‘Lady Well’: site of pilgrimage on 15th August since 1…….
Filachta Fiadh: prehistoric cooking sites, c.1, 000 B.C.
Esker Monastery: 19th century.
Cloonkeekevill: Ancient Church with notable ‘effigy’ slab.
‘The Temple’ – square pyramidal earth work.
Athenry – Kilconnell – Ballinasloe Road
MoyodeCastle: 19th century: commandeered by Liam Mellows in 1916.
MoyodeTower House: 15th/16th century.
Carrownamorrissy Tower House: 15th/16th century.
Kiltulla House: built by the Darcys: 18th century.
Killtulla Church with Evie Home ‘Stations of the Cross’.
Athenry – Craughwell Road
Medieval Bridge: 1423 (?) widened c.1600.
Saint Bridget’s Church with 1728 carved slab.
Ring forts and Cashel: 1st millennium A.D.