St. Macculin's Church in Lusk
St Macculin’s Church
This interesting building is comprised of a 9th century round tower, a 15th-century defensive tower and a 19th-century church.
The round tower has been incorporated into the design of an early 16th-century belfry. It is hard to imagine that you can disguise a 27 metre high round tower, but through ingenious design, this has proved to be possible. The monastery which was founded here in the late 5th century by St Maccullin is also associated with St Maurus.