Today the Inniskillings Museum cohabits the castle with Fermanagh County Museum (owned by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council), with which it shares joint ticketing, opening hours and marketing.
The purpose of the Inniskillings Museum is laid down in the Trust Deed.
“In the context of the history of the British Army, to maintain and develop an accredited museum to hold together and perpetuate the deeds, history, traditions and collections of the Inniskilling Regiments and their successor Regiments, for the learning and inspiration of the wider community.”
The museum is proud to be a recipient of The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. This is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK in recognition of outstanding work done in their own communities – it is the MBE for volunteer groups.