The Augustinian Priory


It became and remained the home of the Augustinian Order until they were driven out, in the mid 15th century. The Priory was suppressed and badly damaged during the reign of King Henry VIII.

Repaired and renovated during the early part of the 19th century, the building is regarded as a fine example of what a mediaeval Irish churches looked like. The building has been used as the local Protestant Church (Church of Ireland) since the early 19th century.

View the video of the Augustinian Friary here, which was produced for Adare Tidy Towns by Corbett Photography and

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