Open 10:30–5:00, Tuesday – Saturday
Open 10:30–5:00, Tuesday – Saturday
Tuesday to Saturday, 10:30am to 5:00pm (Times subject to change)
Highlanes Gallery is open to the public, please know that we have taken into account all guidance and safety measures for our staff and for you, so as to ensure an enjoyable and informative visit.
Admission to Highlanes Gallery is free, but if you would like to book a group in advance it can be made directly through the following means;
Email: email@example.com or Telephone: 041-9803311
Drogheda is serviced by both Intercity (Dublin/ Belfast) and Suburban trains (Dublin/Drogheda/ Dundalk) with trains departingapproximately every half hour from 07:30 - 23:20 daily. Journey times vary from Dublin toDrogheda depending on the service type; theIntercity 'Enterprise'service is the shortest option. Drogheda McBride station is a 20 minute walkfrom the gallery. For more info phone the station on +353 (0) 41 9838749.
Drogheda is serviced by both Intercity (Dublin/Dundalk/ Belfast) and Suburban bus services (Dublin/ Drogheda/ Dundalk),in addition to other national routes, with busses departing from 07:15 - 00:00daily. Journey times vary from Dublin to Drogheda depending on service type - check prior todeparture. The Bus Éireann station is less than a 10 minute walk from the gallery. There are also several private bus operators within Drogheda. For more info see Bus Éireann or phone the station on +353 (0) 41 9835023.
Set down and pick up near the main Courtyard and Café entrances, both of which are ats treet-level with lifts to other Levels. Drogheda has several taxi cabs, many of which are equipped to carry disabled persons.
There are several parking options in Drogheda – both on street parking and multi-story parking, most optionsinvolvement the payment of a fee. We have indicated the approximatedistance from the parking area to Highlanes Gallery in metres.
All public areas of the building are fully accesible by wheelchair, please bear in mind that when converting a building of the age of the former Friary Church has been logistically challenging. We are happy that universal accessibility has been largely achieved, though certain areas, require attention or careful navigation.
Our floor staff can assist gallery users with special needs, should they request. Courtesy manual wheelchairs are available on request at the main reception.
Please note the following in the gallery:
Our cloakroom facility is now open again for visitors wishing to leave coats, jackets, and small carriers such as handbags, briefcases, etc.
Male, female, accessible toilets and baby change facilities are located on the Church level of exhibition, behind altar area, accessible by lift and stairs.
In case of accident or emergency, contact an invigilator immediately.
The Five Good Things Café has waiter service, as well as high chairs for infants. Open Hours and days: Monday to Saturday from 9am to 4pm, Sunday at 10am to 4pm.
The Highlanes Gallery is unable to give valuations of works of art - a reputable dealer or auction house should be able to help.
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