Mullagh was the birthplace of St Kilian in 640 AD. During his mission to modern-day Germany, Kilian was martyred, and is now one of the patron saints of Wurzburg in Germany.
His life and death are represented through artefacts and an audio-visual presentation in St Kilian’s heritage centre. One of the few Ogham stones in Cavan can also be seen at the centre.
Those with an interest in horticulture will enjoy a visit to Lakeview Gardens overlooking Mullagh lake, which contains many rare and unusual plants. A lay-by and seating area by the lake allows visitors to sit, picnic and overlook the water.
Mullagh Fair Day has been part of Mullagh from the early 1800s. One of the most popular fairs in the North East, Mullagh Fair was always held on the last Friday of every month.