A Big Thank you to all who organised an event and took part in Heritage Week
A very big thank you to all of you who helped make Heritage Week 2014 such a memorable week for so many people. It was another great success with many more events hosted and more people getting involved for the first time. Here's to 2015!
Have you checked out our Heritage Maps?
Launched in December 2013, Heritage Maps allows you to look at a wide range of heritage data sets on a map. Many of these data sets have not been shown publicly before!
The Heritage Council’s mission is to engage, educate and advocate to develop a wider understanding of the vital contribution that our heritage makes to our social, environmental and economic well-being.
On A River in Ireland, broadcast on Irish TV as "The Secret Life of the Shannon", has won the top award at this year's Wildscreen Festival as well as taking away awards for Best Cinematography and Best Script.
22nd November- Dublin- This one-day symposium in Freemasons' Hall celebrates the work and reviews the objectives of the Buildings of Ireland series in recording the architecture of our island – old and new; urban and rural; from...
Village Design Statement Programme & Toolkit The Heritage Council’s National Community-led Village Design Statement (VDS) Programme and VDS Toolkit provides an opportunity for meaningful public participation in the Irish planning system.
High Nature Value Farming The Heritage Council has grant-aided the 'European Forum for Nature Conservation and Pastoralism' (EFNCP) to undertake work on high nature value (HNV) farming since 2010.
The Heritage Council has developed and currently manages heritage projects and initiatives throughout Ireland. We also work with Local Authorities and community groups to ensure that our national heritage is valued, maintained and promoted.