Welcome to the Irish Cultural Center

The Irish Cultural Center is devoted to keeping the Irish arts and culture alive. We work to preserve, share, and promote Ireland’s cultural heritage, so that all people will have the opportunity to appreciate its rich legacy. The ICC office is now located at our new building at 429 Morgan Road in West Springfield, MA.

The ICC has launched our Major Donor Campaign for Capital Improvements. Learn more.

The Irish House Restaurant and Trinity Pub is now in our public open house period.
*The new phone number for restaurant questions or reservations is 413-342-4358.*

Irish House Restaurant and Trinity Pub

Support the ICC2017 Annual Patron Support Campaign

Your commitment and support is vital to the ICC’s mission of promoting the Irish arts. Become a Patron.


Now Open

The public open house for the ICC’s new restaurant and pub has begun. Full dinner menu, pub, and weekly seisiún! Please come visit! Learn more.

Celtic Adventures for Kids

Celtic Adventures for Kids Camp

July 24–28, a week-long day camp for kids to learn Irish music, arts and culture. Sign your child up today! Learn more. 


From an Irish perspective, we’re just so grateful and gratified that people of Irish culture and heritage here in western Massachusetts – that there’s a place for them and a piece of Ireland right at their doorstep, and I think that’s what this cultural center is going to be.

– Fionnuala Quinlan, Consul General of Ireland in Boston

View our video testimonials and other event clips on our YouTube Channel.

Upcoming Events
  • Mon

    Celtic Adventures for Kids

    Celtic Adventures for Kids is a week-long program designed to give chi …

  • Fri

    Young Dubliners in Concert

    The ICC invites you to an evening with the Young Dubliners, one of the …

Click for full events list.
"It’s great to be a part of this initiative to promote Irish studies. You should keep up the good work because there are so many lessons to be learned from Irish history, and Irish culture is beloved to so many people."
– Dr. Christine Kinealy
Professor of History and Irish Studies at Quinnipiac University