This community archive traces the history of Rathdown, Wicklow’s ancient hidden heartland, from earliest occupation by Stone Age hunter-gatherers through to the present day, with the establishment of Rathdown Heritage Park. Here you can browse through photos, maps, memories, stories and historical information related to the subject.
This community archive is created by volunteers from Greystones Tidy Towns. We’re committed to fostering ownership and pride in all aspects of our environment. Documenting our heritage is an important part of this aspiration, so if you have stories, articles, photos, memories that you could share please contact us.
Greystones Tidy Towns is a member of the Irish Community Archive Network and this website has been developed in partnership with Wicklow County Council and the National Museum of Ireland through the Irish Community Archive Network
Contributing to the site
You can add a comment about anything on the website by clicking on the ‘Add a comment’ link at the bottom of each page. You can also submit your own photos, stories or information to the site by using our contribution form.
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