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  1. Knappogue Castle and Walled Garden

    Quin, Clare

    Knappogue Castle was built in 1467 by Sean MacNamara, son of Sioda (who built Bunratty Castle) and has a long and varied history. Located just outside Quin Village, Knappogue Castle is just 15 miles from Shannon Airport. Read more

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  2. Teach Mhici Mac Gabhann

    Gortahork, Donegal

    Teach Mhici Mac Gabhann is the birth place of Mickey McGowan, the author of Rotha Mor an tSaoil (The Hard Road to Klondike). It is located in Gortahork, County Donegal and guided tours are available. Read more

  3. Bronte Homeland Interpretative Centre

    Newry, County Down

    The Brontë Homeland in Northern Ireland. Read more

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  4. The Old Barracks

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    The Old Barracks Heritage Centre exhibition is situated in a former Royal Irish Constabulary Barracks overlooking the river and Cahersiveen Marina. Read more

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  5. Portora Castle

    Enniskillen, County Fermanagh

    Portora Castle guards a former crossing point where the river joins Lough Erne. Read more

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  6. Farney Castle

    Holycross, Tipperary

    Farney Castle was built in 1185 and is the only round tower in Ireland occupied as a family home. It is located in Holycross, County Tipperary and also has a knitwear and porcelain design shop. Read more

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  7. The Wilson Ancestral Home

    Strabane, County Tyrone

    The Wilson Ancestral Home provides an opportunity to take a step back in time and enter the ... Read more

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  8. Healy's Thatched Cottage

    Kanturk, Cork

    The Lisnacon Thatched Cottage is an integral part of North Cork heritage being one of the few remaining with the original turf ceiling. It was inhabited by successive generations of one family for over 200 years. Read more

  9. Friends Meeting House

    Craigavon, County Armagh

    This attractive meeting house was built in 1736 and enlarged in 1780. Situated near the River ... Read more

  10. Glinsk Castle

    Glinsk, Galway

    In the decades preceding the 1641 Rebellion, a number of Irish landowners were building houses that tried to combine the need for spacious and luxurious living with an adequate means of positive defence. Read more

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