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Dublin Castle - Dublin 2 Ireland

Dublin Castle

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Category: Culture, Sightseeing
Type: Castles, Historic Homes & Sites, Museums & Galleries, Visitor Centres, General Attractions
Up until 1922 Dublin Castle was the seat of British rule in Ireland. Originally built in the 13th century on a site previously settled by the Viking most of it dates from the 18th century, though ...
National Museum of Ireland Decorative Arts & History - Benburb Street Dublin 7 Ireland

National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History

Dublin 7, Dublin City
Category: Families, Kids, Rainy Day, Culture, Sightseeing, Free
Type: Castles, Historic Homes & Sites, Museums & Galleries, General Attractions
Collins Barracks still retains an air of grandeur from its previous use as an army barracks. Completed in 1704, it housed military for over 290 years before being taken over by the National Museum ...
Ceide Fields - Ballycastle County Mayo Ireland

Ceide Fields

Ballycastle, Co. Mayo
Category: Families, Outdoors, Rainy Day, Sightseeing
Type: Castles, Historic Homes & Sites, Visitor Centres, General Attractions
The Céide Fields are the most extensive Stone Age monument in the world and is made up of field systems, dwelling areas and megalithic tombs.
Dunmore Cave - Ballyfoyle Castlecomer County Kilkenny Ireland

Dunmore Cave

Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny
Category: Families, Rainy Day, Sightseeing
Type: General Attractions
Dunmore Cave is a limestone cave that consists of a series of chambers formed over millions of years, while not being of the largest of Ireland's caves - it contains just a quarter of a mile of pa ...
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Caherconnell Fort

Kilfenora, Co. Clare
Category: Families, Outdoors, Culture, Sightseeing
Type: Castles, Historic Homes & Sites, Visitor Centres, General Attractions
Caherconnell Stone Fort is an exceptionally well preserved example of the stone forts or stone ringforts, which are to be found in the Burren Co Clare.
Ros Tapestry Exhibition Centre - New Ross County Wexford Ireland

Ros Tapestry Exhibition Centre

New Ross, Co. Wexford
Category: Families, Rainy Day, Culture, Sightseeing
Type: Museums & Galleries, Visitor Centres, General Attractions
The Ros Tapestry Project is a massive community initiative that was conceived in 1998 and has been developed since then by over a hundred dedicated volunteers.
Trim Castle - Trim County Meath Ireland

Trim Castle

Trim, Co. Meath
Category: Families, Outdoors, Culture, Sightseeing
Type: Castles, Historic Homes & Sites, Parks & Gardens, Visitor Centres, General Attractions
Trim Castle is the largest Anglo-Norman castle in Ireland and was built over a thirty years by Hugh de Lacy and his son Walter. The Castle site was chosen because it is on raised ground, overlooki ...
Glenveagh National Park - Churchill Letterkenny County Donegal Ireland

Glenveagh National Park

Glenveagh, Co. Donegal
Category: Families, Outdoors, Culture, Nature/Wildlife, Sightseeing, Free
Type: Castles, Historic Homes & Sites, Forest & Woodland, Parks & Gardens, Visitor Centres, Tours, General Attractions
Glenveagh is the second largest national park in Ireland. The estate was established by John Adair, who became infamous for evicting 244 of his tenants and clearing the land so they would not spoi ...
Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery - Carrowmore County Sligo Ireland

Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery

Carrowmore, Co. Sligo
Category: Families, Outdoors, Sightseeing
Type: Castles, Historic Homes & Sites, Visitor Centres, General Attractions
The largest - and amongst the oldest - cemetery of megalithic tombs in Ireland consisting of monuments that range from five and a half thousand to six and a half thousand years old.
Portumna Castle & Gardens - Portumna County Galway Ireland

Portumna Castle & Gardens

Portumna, Co. Galway
Category: Families, Kids, Culture, Sightseeing
Type: Castles, Historic Homes & Sites, Museums & Galleries, Parks & Gardens, Visitor Centres, General Attractions
Portumna castle was one of the first buildings in Ireland built in the Renaissance style already common in Italy and France for over a century, but which took a long time to filter through to Irel ...
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