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  1. Father Murphy Centre

    Ferns, Wexford

    This Centre, in Ferns County Wexford, is the original farmstead where Father Murphy the 1798 Insurgent Leader lived for many years. Read more

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  2. Rathlin Island Boathouse Visitor's Centre

    Rathlin Island, County Antrim

    History, photographs, artefacts, books, guides and souvenirs for sale. Wheelchair access limited. Read more

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  3. Triple Bullaun Stone

    Clonmore, Carlow

    The Triple Bullaun Stone, in County Carlow is a large natural stone with three hollows scooped out which it is believed was used for pounding ingredients in pre historic times. Read more

  4. Cathair Deargain

    Ballydavid, Kerry

    Cathair Deargain is a restored stone fort that lies near Ballydavid in County Kerry. It typifies the fortified homesteads of ruling families in the early Christian period. Read more

  5. Cobh The Queenstown Story

    Cobh, Cork

    The Queenstown Story is a dramatic exhibition of the origins, history and legacy of Cobh. Themes explored include the Irish famine, emigration from Ireland and the two famous liners, Titanic and Lusitania. Read more

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  6. The Irish Pewtermill Centre

    Timolin, Kildare

    The Pewtermill, in Timolin County Kildare was once the mill of the monastery of St Mullins. Guests can watch workers casting, and learn of the history of the Pewtermill and the nearby Moone High Cross. Read more

  7. Tralee Aqua Dome

    Tralee, Kerry

    The Aqua Dome is one of Ireland's largest waterworlds featuring waves, rapids, rivers and slides in tropical temperatures. Enjoy a fun-filled family day out in Tralee whatever the weather. Read more

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  8. Teach Synge - John Millington Synge's Cottage & Museum

    Inishmaan -Inis Meáin, Galway

    Teach Synge is a 300 year old cottage on the beautiful island of Inishmaan (Aran Islands)and now houses a museum to the life and work of the celebrated playwright John Millington Synge, 1871-1909. Read more

  9. Doagh Famine Village

    Inishowen, Donegal

    The Famine Village outdoor museum, is located on the north Inishowen peninsula and about an hour from Letterkenny in County Donegal. It tells the story of an Irish family from the 18th century to the present day. Read more

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  10. Carrick-On-Suir Heritage Centre and Friary

    Carrick On Suir, Tipperary

    This former Protestant church, now restored as a heritage centre, was once part of the Pre-Reformation burial ground and church site of Carrick Mor. Read more

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