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  1. Bog of Allen Nature Centre

    Rathangan, Kildare

    The Bog of Allen Nature Centre, in Rathangan County Kildare, is run by the Irish Peatland Conservation Council (IPCC). A charity, their aim is to conserve a representative portion of Irish peatlands for future generations to enjoy. Read more

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  2. Slieve League Cultural Centre

    Teelin, Donegal

    Sliabh League is one of the highest sea cliffs in Europe. The Slieve League Cultural Centre features the Ti Linn coffee shop, a craft gallery and a tourist information centre. Read more

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  3. Irish Jewish Museum

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Irish Jewish Museum is located in a former Synagogue, in Dublin City. This museum highlights the place of Jewish influence in Ireland's cultural and historic heritage. Read more

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  4. Mullaghmast

    Ballitore, Kildare

    Mullaghmast is a National Monument in County Kildare. It includes earthworks, ringforts, barrows and a standing stone. The overall site, however, is dominated by Rath Mor. Read more

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  5. Steam Trains Ireland

    Carrickfergus, County Antrim

    The RPSI was formed in 1964 to preserve and operate steam locomotives on Irish railways. Read more

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  6. Triple Bullaun Stone

    Clonmore, Carlow

    The Triple Bullaun Stone, in County Carlow is a large natural stone with three hollows scooped out which it is believed was used for pounding ingredients in pre historic times. Read more

  7. Bere Island Heritage Centre

    Bere Island, Cork

    Built in 1857, the Ballinakilla Old School building has been beautifully renovated and is now the Bere Island Heritage Centre. It hosts a permanent exhibition on the unique history and lifestyle of Bere Island as well as temporary themed exhibitions. Read more

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  8. Dartfield Country Estate and Horse Museum

    Loughrea, Galway

    This 19,000 square foot purpose-built centre has fascinating and informative exhibits, all dedicated to the Irish horse along with a well-stocked gift and saddlery shop and café. Read more

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  9. Dunloe Ogham Stones

    Killarney, Kerry

    At Dunloe, near Killarney in County Kerry, a group of eight Ogham stones stand as proud testament to an ancient culture. The stones were removed to their present day location in the 19th century. Read more

  10. National Maritime Museum of Ireland

    Dun Laoghaire, Dublin

    Ireland’s National Maritime Museum is situated in the Old Mariners Church at Dún Laoghaire – a seaside town and port located circa 6 miles from Dublin city centre which is easily accessible by DART suburban train and several bus services. Read more

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