Coronavirus COVID-19  

In the interests of health & safety, we are following the Covid-19 guidelines and we ask all visitors do their part by using the sanitising station and by adhering to social distancing guidelines. Bookings are subject to adherence to Irish Covid-19 restrictions and guidelines.

Due to reduced demand as a result of Covid-19, there will be one walking tour each day at 12 noon and for July and August there will be a second walking tour each day at 2pm.


The Quiet Man Museum is a must for any Quiet Man enthusiasts. It is an exact replica of the White O’Morn cottage in the movie. Painstaking effort has ensured that all the furnishings, artifacts and costumes are authentic reproductions. The four poster bed, the tables and chairs which Mary Kate cherished, the thatched roof, emerald green half door and white washed front combine to charm all those who visit it. The Quiet Man Museum is open from 10am to 4pm daily.


Private chauffeur tours range from 90 minutes upwards and operate year round by appointment.


The Quiet Man Museum, Tours & Gift Shop were proud to receive the Irish Tourist Board's Customer Service Excellence Award in 2019, and the Covid Safety Charter in 2020.


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The Gift Shop contains the largest collection of Quiet Man memorabilia for sale in the world, including the movie, the soundtrack, film posters, paintings, books and momentos. Click here to shop online.

Enjoy an intimate viewing of The Quiet Man by cinema projection while you are in Cong in The Quiet Man Museum Cottage Cinema.

Guided tours of the Quiet Man film locations depart daily from 1 April to 31 October from The Quiet Man Museum featuring many of the locations in the movie with enthusiasts re-enacting various scenes to the delight of their fellow visitors!

Michaeleen's Manor is a Bed & Breakfast themed on The Quiet Man, with character named bedrooms and one of the largest collections of Quiet Man memorabilia ever assembled! The B&B is located one mile from Cong village where the movie was filmed.

One of the highlights of our Ireland trip

Gerry (our tour guide) did not disappoint. Gerry walked us through the town while describing his family's participation in the film, as well as the participation of many residents and merchants whose children still live and work there. You could imagine John Wayne in the final fight scene, the bishop visiting town to check on the strength of his congregation ("Cheer Like Good Protestants"), and the excitement caused by Hollywood's biggest star living in this idyllic town for months in 1951.

- Roondog3931, New York

A Dream Visit!

My husband and I are huge Quiet Man fans and the museum did not disappoint! A must see and Cong is so inviting and quaint. We loved every minute of it!

- Mamasqueenge, New Hampshire

A truly magical experience!

A truly magical experience, well worth visiting. Also upstairs a lovely inexpensive gift shop, cheaper than the other shops in Cong.

- Eveline S, Belfast

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