Built in 1890 by Dublin man Henry Sharpe at a cost of £1,100, Wicklow Assembly Hall has been used for many purposes over the years, including political meetings, Irish dancing and fundraising. Sadly, it fell into disrepair in the latter half of the 20th century, and became derelict. Wicklow Town Council has since refurbished the Assembly Hall as a community centre and it is now used all through the week by local groups for badminton, boxing, artisan markets, card groups, and various cultural societies for their regular meetings.
If you are interested in renting the hall for a one-off event or regular meetings, please contact Wicklow Municipal District to discuss availability and pricing.
Phone: (0404) 20173
Certain terms and conditions apply; download details and hire agreement form.