Milford House Museum


Milford House


Milford House was once the talk of 19th century Ireland the wonder of its age and Milford linen was known throughout the world. Today  the factory is gone, Milford House derelict and is one of the top twelve listed buildings at risk in Northern Ireland, but this doesnt mean it has been forgotten about. Now thanks to the dedicated work of the  Milford Buildings Preservation Trust...

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"Mass kidnappings, inventions that revolutionized the worlds of business and sport, letters to and from Stalin, if theres a building in Ireland with a more fascinating history than Milford House, just outside Armagh I'd be surprised"
Gordon Adair, BBC Newsline

Milford House Celebrates EHOD Weekend



Milford House is delighted to take part in European Open Heritage Weekend on Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th September. The house is open both days and guided tours are available throughout. Entrance is free on the weekend and there will be living history as well. Explore the beautiful interiors find out about the extraordinary McCrum family and the story of Milford House from inventions which revolutionized the word of business and sport, letters to Stalin mass kidnappings and murder.

Why not explore the social and architectural legacy of the McCrum family by taking a walking tour of the model village of Milford that they created. The walking tour is on Saturday 9th September at 1.00pm. Booking is essential and it is extremely popular. To book and for more Information Please contact Milford Buildings Preservation Trust. Telephone: 02837525467 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

No. 3 Victoria Street Armagh - Milford House Collection


About no. 3 Victoria Street

Built in 1850 this handsome townhouse is located in Victoria Street in the prestigious Armagh City, where William McCrum of Milford House spent his last days in poverty in a boarding house. A tour of this elegant house reveals the fascinating world of Milford House. The elegant interiors evoke the family tastes, artworks and personal possessions from Milford House and their extraordinary achievements. While the possessions of girls who attended Manor House School at Milford House reveal wonderful tales including mass kidnappings  and even a famous actress!

Browse our second hand bookshop and enjoy a relaxing day out for all  the family


Milford House Timeline