The Governor’s house has a number of exhibitions on the gaol, local heritage and a genealogy service. The complex is entered through a strong gate house which was formally the site of public executions.
There is a permanent exhibition here on two brothers who were executed in 1858. The Mac Cormack’s were condemned to death for the murder of a land agent who had been involved in a number of evictions. They were posthumously exonerated and their bodys were reinterred from Nenagh Gaol to their native parish in 1910.
|Governors House, Nenagh|