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  1. Galway City Museum

    Galway City, Galway

    Galway City Museum is located at the Spanish Arch, one of the most historic parts of Galway, the City of the Tribes. Read more

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  2. Ross Castle

    Moycullen, Galway

    Ross Castle was built as a tower house in 1590 and, although there were two fires since then destroying much of the interior, the outer walls have remained intact. The newly-opened vault area is an example of extraordinary workmanship of soldier brick vaulted ceilings and cut limestone walls.
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  3. Arbutus Garden Tours

    Loughrea, Galway

    Journeys of garden exploration and discovery in Ireland and Europe. Arbutus garden tours offers the unique opportunity to explore, in good company, those garden paths less well trodden. The tours have been carefully designed for small groups. Read more

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  4. Sherkin Island Franciscan Friary

    Sherkin Island, Cork

    Sherkin Island is located off the mainland of County Cork and is accessible by a ferry that leaves from Baltimore. In the mid-15th century, a friary was founded on the island, and it was both a place of worship and centre of learning. Read more

  5. Kilmacduagh Cathedral Churches And Round Tower

    Clarinbridge, Galway

    In the 7th century, St Colman founded the Kilmacduagh Monastery, which is located southwest of Gort in County Galway. The site was the birthplace of the Diocese of Kilmacduagh and contains several churches and a round tower. Read more

  6. The Spanish Arch

    Galway City, Galway

    The Spanish Arch was built in 1584, and is located on the banks of the river Corrib, and on the site more commonly known as Ceann na Bhalla (The Head of the Wall).
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  7. Glengowla Mines

    Oughterard, Galway

    Try your fortune panning for precious metals at Glengowla Mines, a unique heritage attraction located close to Oughterard, 'the gateway to Connemara' on the N59 Galway to Clifden road. Read more

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  8. The Aran Islands

    Aran Islands, Galway

    Set out in Galway Bay, the three rocky limestone outcrops that make up the Aran Islands, are a bastion of traditional language, culture and music, unique in their geology and archaeology and unrivalled in their potent sense of history. Read more

  9. Aran Islands - Inishmaan - Inis Meáin

    Inishmaan -Inis Meáin, Galway

    Usually the quietest and least visited of the Aran Islands, Inishmaan is truly an escape from the modern world, a place where beauty, tradition and culture combine in a rugged windswept landscape. Read more

  10. Whitethorn Gallery

    Clifden, Galway

    The Whitethorn Gallery is located at the Station House in Clifden Town Centre, County Galway. The Whitethorn is dedicated to promoting the work of local, national and international artists. Read more

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