The Regional Cultural Centre located within walking distance of the Hotel and hosts exhibitions, digital media and films. This exquisite cultural centre incorporates:
Letterkenny has many Public Monuments scattered throughout the town. Some of these include:
The Polestar monument is situated on the Port Bridge Roundabout, right beside the Hotel. The monument is made from 104 timber poles and measures 12 metres high. The shape of the monument outlines a boat as well as having a train track theme to commemorate the trade and goods transported through the town by boat and rail which has contributed to the town’s development.
The Workers monument made from stainless steel and stone is located at the Dry Arch Roundabout and commemorates the men who worked on building the original bridge and train track at the Dry Arch.
The Rabble Children located in Market Square represents the hiring fairs where children between the ages of 11 and 16 were leased out for six month periods to wealthy farmers.
The Chair also located in Market Square and has been present since its first appearance in the 2005 Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann. Two more chairs have been added in the years that followed.