Titania's Palace and some of its rooms. The Palace was designed by Sir Neville Wilkinson while he and his family lived in The Lodge, Mount Merrion.     (click on pictures to enlarge)
Mount Merrion Historical Society
Chapel Belfry Throne Room Oberons Museum Titanias Boudoir The Day Nursery
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          ROAD BANNERS
To create awareness of the MM300 activities during the year road banners were erected on the entry roads into Mount Merrion. The banners were sponsored by the Heritage Office, Dun Laoghaire- Rathdown County Council) as part of its support for our local history.
Local History.......
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Mount Merrion
In 1711 the Fitzwilliam Family established a new home in an area subsequently known as Mount Merrion. In 2011, the Mount Merrion 300 (MM300) project group, under the auspices of the Historical Society, arranged a series of events to display their extensive research of the 300 year period from 1711-2011:
MM300 Website (launched 1/1/2011)
Exhibition (28th-29th June 2011, Mount Merrion Communitity Centre)
Book "Mount Merrion 300 - A Portrait in Time" (launched 20th November 2011, Monk Gibbon Hall, Foster Avenue, Mount Merrion)
Concert - Callino Quartet with Peter Whelan
(28th June 2011, Church of St Therése, Mount Merrion)
The material collected is available to view under the topics in the panel on the left.
Add to our History
While the Society has gathered an amount of local history about Mount Merrion and its environs we believe there are many more images and stories know to others who might be willing to share that data. We are inviting viewers to bring forward their information which we will share through a Miscellany Corner of contributions.
Go to Miscellany Corner for further information