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  1. 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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  2. West Cork Model Railway Village

    Clonakilty, Cork

    Take a delightful and quaint step into the past at the West Cork Model Railway Village. Read more

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  3. Cork City Gaol & Radio Museum Experience

    Cork City, Cork

    Experience bygone days in Cork, both inside and outside prison walls, and also discover the impact radio has had since its invention at the Cork City Gaol and Radio Museum Experience.

    Located within earshot of the famous Bells of Shandon. Read more

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  4. Mizen Head Visitor Centre

    Goleen, Cork

    Mizen Head Irish Lights Signal Station is Ireland's most south westerly point and offers visitors an educational and thrilling experience. Read more

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  5. Ionad an Bhlascaoid Mhóir - The Blasket Centre

    Dunquin, Kerry

    Your Great Blasket Island experience begins here! Read more

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  6. The Skellig Experience

    Valentia Island, Kerry

    This heritage centre tells the story of the Skellig Rocks. Learn about the monks who lived on these desolate rocks, the seabirds, the nearby lighthouses and the marine life of the Skelligs. Read more

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  7. Carlow County Museum

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    The displays at the Carlow County Museum represent a wide range of periods and topics with many interesting objects some of which are of national and international importance. Read more

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  8. 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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  9. Dan O’Hara’s Homestead / Connemara Heritage & History Centre

    Clifden, Galway

    Nestling under the Twelve Bens mountains is this restored pre-famine cottage of Dan O'Hara, a man made famous in song and story. The homestead is located on the N59 (Clifden - Galway) road, 7km from Clifden. Read more

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  10. Leenane Sheep & Wool Centre

    Leenane, Galway

    The Leenane Sheep and Wool Centre aims to foster awareness of the traditional sheep and wool industry in Connemara. They are situated in Leenane on the N59, which is about halfway between Clifden and Westport. Read more

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