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  1. The National Leprechaun Museum

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The National Leprechaun Museum takes visitors deep into Celtic culture to discover what really lies behind tales of leprechauns, rainbows and pots of gold. Read more

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  2. Haroldstown Dolmen

    Tullow, Carlow

    Haroldstown Dolmen is a well preserved example of a portal dolmen in Tullow County Carlow. Read more

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  3. Cavan & Leitrim Railway

    Dromod, Leitrim

    Discover the magic and charm of a late 19th Century narrow gauge Irish railway, located in Dromod village County Leitrim. Read more

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  4. Greenan Farm Museum & Maze

    Rathdrum, Wicklow

    Greenan Farm Museum and Maze situated at Greenan in the midst of the Wicklow Mountains only an hour and half from Dublin. There are numerous attractions to explore at this family farm: mazes, museum exhibits, farm animals, tea rooms and craft shops. Read more

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  5. Ahakista Air India Plane Disaster Memorial

    Ahakista, Cork

    At Ahakista in County Cork is a memorial garden and sundial, sculpted by Cork sculptor Ken Thompson, in memory of the victims of the 1985 Air India disaster. Read more

  6. Ballymoney Museum

    Ballymoney, County Antrim

    Important archaeological finds, rare exhibits and a unique collection of artifacts and memorabilia. Read more

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  7. Leac an Scail - Kilmogue dolmen -Harristown Dolmen

    Knocktopher, Kilkenny

    Kilmogue dolmen, known locally as 'Leac an Scail', is one of the tallest and most spectacular examples of a portal dolmen in Ireland, it is located near Knocktopher in County Kilkenny. Read more

  8. Irish Whiskey Museum

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Irish Whiskey Museum in Dublin City tells the story of the rise, the fall and the current renaissance of the Irish Whiskey industry. The museum is part of the Dublin Discovery Trail. Read more

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  9. The Bishop’s Palace Museum

    Waterford City, Waterford

    The Bishop’s Palace Museum houses a display of Waterford treasures from 1700 to the 20th Century, and gives visitors a wonderful insight into the history of what was, up until the 1750s, Ireland’s second city. Read more

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  10. Skibbereen Heritage Centre

    Skibbereen, Cork

    Skibbereen Heritage Centre is located in the beautifully restored old gasworks building, in Skibbereen West Cork, and features two main exhibitions on the Great Famine and Lough Hyne. Read more

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