The picturesque town of Banagher is located on a Shannon crossing. It is fortified on the Connaught side by a Martello tower and other batteries. Anthony Trollope the novelist was stationed here as a post office surveyor in 1841. Cuba House, once described as the most masculine school in Ireland, is now demolished. Sir William Wilde, father of Oscar Wilde, was a pupil here.

 Activities in Banagher

Shannon Adventure Canoeing Holidays Limited

Pleasure Cruising
Silver Line Cruisers
Carrick Craft Banagher County Offaly
The River Queen


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