Drummin (Irish: An Dromainn, meaning 'the ridge') is a small village in County Mayo, Ireland, near the town of Westport.
The village has a church, St. Mary's, a national (primary) school, and a public house. Drummin National School, also known as Scoil Náisiúnta Coill Mór, had 20 pupils enrolled as of 2010. The area previously had a post office, but this has since closed.
Situated close to Croagh Patrick, Drummin is known for its scenery and rumours about gold.