Our Location

Kilcock Art Gallery is situated in a picturesque village on the Royal Canal just ½ hour drive from Dublin City (No. 8 exit on the N4/M4 motorway to West of Ireland).

The gallery is a welcoming place with an easy and friendly atmosphere, offering advice and help to its clients.  It is a real treasure trove of both established and new artistic talent catering for the varying tastes of all collectors.

The gallery consults with its clients, visitors and collectors, interior designers, advising and finding the right pieces for particular locations, building individual collections.

Export facilities and worldwide packing and transport can be arranged for our clients.

Opening Hours: Wednesday to Saturday  11am to 4pm and by appointment

About Kilcock

Kilcock takes its name from the 6th century Saint Coca (Cill Coca) who founded a church beside the Rye River, and who is traditionally said to have been a sister of St. Kevin of Glendalough.  By occupation she was an embroiderer of church vestments, including those for St. Colmcille.

In the 8th century there was a battle between rival kings of Ireland near the church of St. Coca. There is a gap of several hundred years until the next reference to Kilcock when, in 1303, it belonged to the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem at Kilmainham.

St Coca’s Church is erected in her honour in the centre of town.

In the 17th century, markets and fairs were held regularly in Kilcock. The markets in Kilcock were probably the largest in North Kildare. A measure of oats in those times was referred to as a “Kilcock Measure”

How to Find Us

Our Address is :

Kilcock Art Gallery,

School Street,
County Kildare,

Sat Nav: 53.399875, -6.668199