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  1. Mayo North Heritage Centre & Enniscoe Gardens

    Crossmolina, Mayo

    Mayo North Heritage Centre is an agricultural and household museum, as well as a genealogical centre, set close to the ornamental Enniscoe Gardens. It is enclosed by woodland on the shores of Lough Conn near Crossmolina in County Mayo. Read more

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  2. The Emigrant Trail

    New Ross, Wexford

    The Kennedy family legacy is an integral part of life in County Wexford. The achievements of this distinguished family are celebrated on ‘The Emigrant Trail’ featuring three key heritage sites on a 15 mile (24km) trail in the vicinity of New Ross Town in County Wexford Read more

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  3. Granuaile Visitor Centre

    Louisburgh, Mayo

    The pirate queen, Granuaile or Grace O'Malley (1530-1600), is associated with the west of Ireland, particularly with the western coastline around Clew Bay. The Granuaile Visitor Centre is in Louisburgh County Mayo. Read more

  4. North Roscommon Visitor Attractions

    Arigna, Roscommon

    Explore our cluster of four unique visitor attractions in north Roscommon: Arigna Mining Experience, King House Interpretative Galleries and Museum, Lough Key Forest and Activity Park and Tullyboy Farm. Read more

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  5. Cahervagliar Fort

    Coppeen, Cork

    Cahervagliar is an earthen ringfort, in Coppeen County Cork. It has a concentric bank and ditch, with the remains of a monumental flat headed stone doorway that is perhaps three thousand years old. Read more

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  6. Museum at The Mill

    Newtownabbey, County Antrim

    Museum at The Mill invites visitors of all ages to explore the history and heritage of Mossley Mill. Read more

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  7. Cathair Chonroí

    Camp, Kerry

    Cathair Chonroí, at the edge of the Slieve Mish Mountains in County Kerry, was once the fortress of one of Celtic Ireland's mythical heroes Cú Roí mac Dáiri. Now only the impressive remnants of this Dun Fort and the spectacular views remain. Read more

  8. Kilmainham Gaol

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Before it's closure in 1924, Dublin's Kilmainham Gaol housed some of the most famous political and military leaders in Irish history. You can now visit and experience this fascinating piece of history. Read more

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  9. Clasac

    Clontarf, Dublin

    Clasac is a new centre for the promotion of Irish music, song, dance, drama and the Irish language, just minutes from Dublin’s city centre in Clontarf. Read more

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  10. Skerries Mills

    Skerries, Dublin

    Skerries Mills, in Skerries County Dublin, is a unique collection of two windmills and a watermill with associated mill pond, mill races and wetlands; it is an ideal place to visit on a day trip. Read more

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