Getting Here

Mullingar is one of the most easily accessible locations in Ireland and is within easy reach of all major towns and cities.  The town is served by road and rail and bus networks.  We’ve listed below all the information you will need to get here.

Road

The national primary N4 and national secondary N52 routes provide road access to Mullingar (Sat Nav. Latitude/Longitude 53.525890-7.339523)

Located on the N4/M4, for those travelling from Dublin, exit the M50 at Junction 5 (Sligo/Westport/Galway) and remain on the M4 until Junction 15 where you exit for Mullingar Town Centre.  On exiting the motorway turn left onto the N52.  At roundabout, take 3rd exit onto Bellview Rd (R156) and drive straight for town centre.

Bus

The bus and train station is located close to the centre of Mullingar, and buses also stop at bus stops located in Castle Street and Austin Friars Street.  The national bus company, Bus Eireann, provides daily services to and from Mullingar.

Buses serving Mullingar

  • No. 22  Dublin Airport – Dublin City – Mullingar – Lonford – Charleston – Ballina
  • No. 23  Dublin Airport- Dublin City- Mullingar – Longford – Carrick on Shannon – Sligo
  • No. 70 Galway – Athlone – Mullingar – Dundalk
  • No. 115 Dublin – Mullingar

For all details of bus timetables, please see www.buseireann.ie

Private bus services are also available from Mullingar to a number of locations.

Rail

The town is served by an excellent rail service that provides eleven trains per day from Dublin, departing from Connolly Railway Station Dublin for Mullingar every day and the town is also accessible by rail from :

Dublin -Maynooth – Kilcock – Enfield – Edgeworthstown – Longford – Dromod – Carrick on Shannon – Boyle – Ballymote – Coolooney – Sligo

The national rail company is Iarnrod Eireann.

Timetables serving Mullingar are available at www.irishrail.ie or by calling Mullingar Railway Station at 044-93.

By Plane

The main airport in Ireland is Dublin Airport and it is served by all the major international airlines.  National airlines, Aer Lingus and Ryanair have extensive connections to Europe and North America.

For further information please see, www.dublinairport.com

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