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Zoological Museum located on campus in Trinity College Dublin. The museum is highly interactive featuring lots of exhibits that can be picked up and handled
Strokestown Park House is an 18th century mansion which has been faithully restored. It is unique in that it retains its original furnishings and professionally guided tours run daily.
The GAA Museum and the Croke Park Stadium Tour in Croke Park, Dublin, offers an in-depth behind the scenes look at one of the most historic and modern sporting arenas in the world
Family events will take place every weekend throughout the year where vistors to Dublinia will meet a character from the Viking and medieval periods
A visit to Malahide Castle and Gardensis so much more than just a tour, it is an engaging and truly memorable experience and is guaranteed to be the highlight of your visit to Dublin.
It is not widely known that Dublin has one of the world’s greatest doll’s palaces – Tara’s Palace in the Powerscourt House And Gardens in Co. Wicklow.
One of the museums main displays features the uniforms of the Irish Defence Forces.
Since glór opened in November 2001 hundreds of thousands of people have crossed our threshold as customers, performers, artists, tourists, conference delegates and community members.
Holy Island on Lough Derg and the river Shannon is one of the most famous monastic sites in Ireland.
Clare County Museum holds a treasure trove of local archaelogical material and also incorporates the De Valera Museum.
The majestically-arched bridge, which joins these disparate twins, allows the River Shannon to pass gently seawards from the beautiful sylvan surrounding of Lower Lough Derg.
Located approximately one mile off Kilrush, Scattery Island is home to a monastic settlement founded in the early 6th century by St. Senan who was born locally.
At Ireland’s premier visitor attraction you can explore two wonderful experiences – the acclaimed 15th century Bunratty Castle and 19th century Bunratty Folk Park.
Kilrush (Cill Ruis) is the primary business town for the west Clare peninsula. Its designation as a Heritage Town is in recognition of its legacy as a landlord estate town with a maritime…