Rathbaun Farm is situated in a rural area of Southwest County Galway in Ardrahan. The Connolly family have been farming the 80 acres of land for over 200 years.
A small restored cottage overlooking the breathtaking lakes and mountains of Connemara, used by Patrick Pearse (1879-1916) leader of the 1916 Rising, as a summer residence.
Built in 1249 ,The castle was restored in 2005 using the building techniques which would have been used when the castle was built. There are guided tours during the summer.
Built by the O’Flahertys c. 1500, Aughnanure Castle lies in picturesque surroundings close to the shores of Lough Corrib
Award-winning Dan O’Hara’s Heritage and History Centre, listed as one of Ireland’s top tourist attractions, offers unique experience which should be part of everyones visit to…
Perched spectacularly on a cliff overlooking the Atlantic ocean, this is the largest of the prehistoric stone forts on the Aran Islands.
Dunguaire Castle has, for hundreds of years, stood proudly on the site of the seveth-century stronghold of Guaire, the King of Connaught.
The Kiltartan Gregory Museum and Millennium Park is a restored school that was built in 1892. It includes a classroom that appears as it was 100 years ago.
A beautiful purpose built visitor centre based on the local sheep industry and wool handcrafts.