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Doorly Park is located along by the riverside in Sligo Town. About 15 minute walk from the town centre. In the 19th Century Colonel W. G Woodmartin of Cleveragh developed this wetland on his estate.
The ruins at Kilturra are found just 10km northwest of Gurteen, County Sligo. The fascinating, historic site consists of a ring barrow, holy well, cross-inscribed stone, ballaum stone and more.
Secret Gardens Sligo consists of a group of gardens open to the public for charity on selected dates throughout the summer. Some of the gardens offer light refreshments and are also open on additional days by appointment.
The Mermaid Stones are located on top of a low ridge, in Enniscrone County Sligo. There are numerous legends attached to the stones one telling that the stones are the children of a mermaid sorceress who turned them to stone.
Enjoy this weather independent facility located in the Atlantic seaside resort of Enniscrone, Co Sligo.
Creevykeel Court Tomb is one of the best examples of a court tomb in Ireland, it is located in Cliffony County Sligo.
Irish night every Thursday night from June 30th - Sept 30th 2007 starting at 9.30pm - 12.30am. Traditional food served."The welcome does not die on the Doormat."
The Hawk's Well Theatre is a well established vibrant theatre located in Sligo Town.
Markree Castle at Collooney, is the only castle hotel in the country still privately owned by the original family and run as a relaxing country house.
County Sligo Heritage and Genealogy Society, located in Sligo town, has over fifteen years experience in carrying out ancestral research, enabling countless people to discover their family lineage.
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