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  1. Hillsborough Court House

    Hillsborough, County Down

    The Courthouse was originally a Georgian market house built before 1765. Read more

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  2. Doctor Douglas Hyde Interpretative Centre

    Frenchpark, Roscommon

    Douglas Hyde was the first President of Ireland and co-founder of Conradh Na Gaeilge (the Gaelic League). The interpretative exhibition and information centre, in Frenchpark County Roscommon, is dedicated to this remarkable man. Read more

  3. Cashel Folk Village

    Cashel, Tipperary

    Cashel Folk Village in Cashel County Tipperary has been hailed as an historical master class. It showcases exhibits that remember the Great Famine and the War of Independence as well as a Penal Chapel and other historical artefacts. Read more

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  4. National Museum of Ireland - Natural History

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The National Museum of Ireland-Natural History, on Merrion Street in Dublin City, has galleries of animals from Ireland and overseas, as well as geological exhibits from a total collection of about two million scientific specimens. Read more

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  5. Steam Museum

    Stradbally, Laois

    The Steam Museum at The Green, Stradbally, County Laois, houses many steam, fire and farm engines. It is a great family museum run by the Irish Steam Preservation Society. Read more

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  6. Heritage Tower

    Londonderry Derry, County Londonderry

    Heritage centre exhibiting artefacts and memorabilia dating from World War I to the present day. Read more

  7. Michael Collins Centre

    Clonakilty, Cork

    The Michael Collins Centre, in Clonakilty County Cork, explores the life and times of this famous leader. This is the only facility in Ireland, at which visitors can receive a comprehensive presentation, by expert guides, on Michael Collins. Read more

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  8. Burren Monuments

    Burren National Park, Clare

    The Burren has been aptly described as one 'vast memorial to bygone cultures', and must surely count as one of the best-preserved and broadly representative archaeological landscapes in Europe. Read more

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  9. Dromana Gate

    Cappoquin, Waterford

    Dromana Gate is a highly unusual Hindu Gothic gate lodge on the road to quaint Villerstown, County Waterford, built in the 19th Century to mark the marriage of a popular local landlord. Read more

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  10. Kerry Bog Village Museum

    Glenbeigh, Kerry

    The Bog Village, in Glenbeigh County Kerry, allows you to step back in time to the early 18th century to recapture the way life would have been at that time. Read more

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