Museum Entry - Family (2 adults, 2 children) - The Quiet Man Museum
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Museum Entry – Family (2 adults, 2 children)

15.00

Tickets are valid from 1 April to 31 October annually for tours departing The Quiet Man Museum on the hour between 11am and 3pm (inclusive) daily.

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The Quiet Man Museum is a must for any Quiet Man enthusiasts.

The Quiet Man Museum is an exact replica of the exterior of White O’Morn, the ancestral cottage bought by Sean Thornton on his return to Ireland, as the original White O’Morn cottage is unfortunately now in ruin. The Museum is also an exact replica of the White O’Morn interior, which was a Hollywood set.  The Quiet Man Museum represents the first time the exterior and the interior of White O’Morn have been created in one place.

The Quiet Man Museum offers an on-set experience with exact replicas of all the key furnishings and artefacts from the movie including Sean Thornton’s big bed, Mary Kate’s cottage piano, china and pewter and cradle, and the tandem bicycle, as well as costumes made by the same company – O’Maille’s of Galway – who made them for John Ford in 1951.  Quiet Man enthusiasts (or Quiet Man Crazies as they are endearingly called locally!) can dress up in costume for photos.

The Quiet Man Museum also houses Napoleon, the horse’s, original harness and a first edition of the Maurice Walsh collection of short stories – Green Rushes – on which the screenplay for The Quiet Man was based.

The Museum also showcases the largest collection of Irish newspaper articles from the time the movie was filmed, which were sourced through a painstaking trawl of the microfiche files in local libraries. This first hand account allows enthusiasts to read exactly what it was like when Hollywood took over the village of Cong in 1951. There is also a very fitting tribute to Dick Farrelly, the composer of The Isle of Innisfree – the movie’s theme music.

John Wayne’s widow, Josephine, commented in the Museum’s visitor book that ‘Duke would have loved this!’

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