Rebranded museum will generate €100,000 a week tourism revenue

Thu, Oct 17, 2019

Galway City Museum.

Galway city’s new rebranded Atlantic Museum, will generate tourism revenues of more than €115,000 a week, when it opens at Comerford House at the Spanish Arch in the next few years.

Failte Ireland announced last weekend that it is investing €6.64 million to develop the new state-of-the-art museum in Galway City. The current Galway City Museum, located at the historic Spanish Arch, will be redeveloped and rebranded as the Atlantic Museum Galway — creating an entirely new attraction for visitors to the region.

According to Fáilte Ireland’s Head of Attractions, Mary Stack, the investment will transform the Spanish Arch district of Galway city and is expected to generate €29.3 million in revenue for the region in its first five years of opening.


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Paul Currie and Bella Curve.

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No 5 Garrai Eoinin, Inverin.

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Panel wanted me to bad-mouth my current employers

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Galway WFC look to seal national double in Saturday's league decider

Brian O'Donnell of  Tuam Stars shows grit and determination despite going into Sunday’s county final as massive underdogs.

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Visit the Personal Tailoring Consultants from Magee at Anthony Ryans Thursday October 24th & Friday October 25th

Indulge yourself and experience the luxury of a perfectly fitting Suit from Anthony Ryans. View the all new Magee bespoke suiting service and visit the Magee Personal Tailoring Consultants at Anthony Ryans who will be in attendance on Thursday ...


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