Built in c 930 A.D., this church is the oldest in Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales that is still in use.
Blarney Castle was built nearly six hundred years ago by one of Ireland’s greatest chieftains, Cormac MacCarthy, and has been attracting attention beyond Munster ever since.
The story of the Burren is now excitingly captured and impressively presented in “A Walk Through Time” multi-dimensional exhibition.
Take your family on an adventure around the Blackrock Castle to see the Space Age Technology in the Observatory, Open to the public seven days a week. Have an Out of this World Birthday at the…
Cape Clear Museum is housed in a restored old schoolhouse and contains some several hundred artefacts of island maritime and folklife interest.
Barryscourt castle is the 16th century seat of the Barry family. The present castle, with its largely intact bawn wall and corner towers, is a fine example of an Irish tower house.
Kinsale the most cosmopolitan and charming of ports in Ireland. But where Britons, Spaniards and Irish once fought, yachts now disgorge their sailors to sample “fruits de mer”.
A voyage of discovery through the sights and sounds of the historic Beara Peninsula.
Come and see how your great-grandparents coped with day to day living before the invention of indoor plumbing, electricity, and the automobile.
Charles Fort is a classic example of a late 17th century star-shaped fort, commanding the entrance to the harbour of Kinsale.
The Crowleys opened a Heritage center on their farm in 2000 and Michael Collins slide shows were held two evenings a week during the summer months.
Bantry House is a stately home overlooking Bantry Bay in the south west of Ireland. Children under 14yrs are Free.
The Park comprises approximately 166 hectares and is an outstanding example of an 18th century landscaped park in the ‘Capability Brown’ style.
Cobh Museum opened in 1973 and has grown over the years. The exhibitions reflect the cultural, social and maritime history of Cobh and the Great Island.
From 1848 – 1950 over 6 million adults and children emigrated from Ireland – over 2.5 million departed from Cobh, making it the single most important port of emigration.
See Cork’s renowned wax figures at the CORK CITY GAOL as you step back in time to see what 19th/early 20th Century life was like in Cork – inside and outside prison walls.