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  1. Ballard Organic Farm

    Kilbeggan, Westmeath

    Ballard Organic Farm is ideally suited to groups requiring a visit to a technical working organic farm. The farm has been at the forefront on many farming developments and receives numerous visitors from agricultural and non-agricultural backgrounds. Read more

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  2. Drum Heritage Centre

    Athlone, Westmeath

    Drum Heritage Centre Welcomes visitors to the Monastic Settlement and Saint Brigid's Holy Well. Visitor Centre-memorabilia displays relative to people and events which took place here. Read more

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  3. Derryglad Folk Museum

    Athlone, Westmeath

    The Derryglad Folk Museum houses a unique 25 year collection of restored horse drawn machinery, tradesman’s tools, household utensils and rural artefacts, in Athlone county Roscommon. Read more

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  4. Ballinlough Castle Gardens

    Clonmellon, Westmeath

    Ballinlough Castle is a hidden gem located in the beautiful Irish countryside, just one hour from Dublin in Clonmellon, County Westmeath. It is perched on a hill overlooking two lakes, and is the home of Sir John and Lady Nugent. Read more

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  5. Mullaghmeen

    Finnea, Westmeath

    Mullaghmeen in north Westmeath is the largest planted beech forest in Ireland. This 1,000 acre forest has an extensive network of way marked trails for varying levels of fitness. Read more

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  6. Pebble Stone Studio

    Ballinahowen, Westmeath

    From rural landscape to studio still life, Rosemarie Langtry’s subjects are as varied as life itself. Read more

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  7. Chimera Gallery

    Mullingar, Westmeath

    A brand new art Gallery representing international,National and young up and coming artists. Everyone deserves a piece of original art. Read more

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  8. Tullynally Castle Gardens

    Castlepollard, Westmeath

    Tullynally is located in Castelpollard, County Westmeath and has been owned by the Pakenhams, later Earls of Longford, since the 17th Century. The original house was remodelled by the 2nd earl as a huge, gothic revival castle in the early 1800’s. Read more

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  9. Dun na Sí Heritage Centre

    Moate, Westmeath

    In Moate County West Meath, Dun na Si Heritage Centre is a microcosm of Irish culture. Read more

  10. Athlone Castle Visitor Centre

    Athlone, Westmeath

    Athlone Castle Visitor Centre is a major tourist attraction in the town of Athlone and featurs both the visitor centre itself and the new Luan Art Gallery. Read more

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