This permanent exhibition celebrates the poet who immortalised the Monaghan landscape
This county was made for outdoor adventures
It is said that the beautiful Tin Church in Laragh (c1890) was a gift from the mill owner James McKean to his wife after...
AWOL Paintball Games & Adventure Activities provides paintballing, outdoor pursuits, and land- and water-based activities...
The golf course at Concra Wood was designed by two of Ireland's golfing legends: Christy O'Connor Junior and Senior....
Calling all thrill seekers! Irish Country Quads is offering riding on all terrain vehicles on a specially designed course...
The North West Passage is an interregional touring cycle route which commences in the bustling and vibrant capital Dublin...
The are several walking routes in the Sliabh Beagh area of County Monaghan, including Sliabh Beagh Way and 36 looped...
This purpose-built Wildlife Exhibition & Educational Centre opened in June 2000, displays one of the largest privately...
Rally School Ireland is based in Scotstown, County Monaghan. They provide action packed days where you get to drive...
Get ready for four days of celebrating the blues, the music that gave birth to rock 'n' roll, when this little piece...
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