Carrowmore, County Sligo is one of the four major passage tomb complexes in Ireland. It is located at the geographical centre of the Cuil Irra peninsula in County Sligo and 3 km west of Sligo town. This is one of the largest (in terms of number of monuments) complexes of megalithic tombs in Ireland and is also among the oldest used passage tombs, the earliest depositions approximately 3700 BC.
The site is managed by the Office of Public Works, and there is a small visitor centre and information display which is open from Easter to the end of October, with a cover charge. Guided tours are provided. Carrowmore is well signposted from Sligo Town and is easy to find.