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  1. Boyle Arts Festival 2016

    Boyle, Roscommon

    A gem of a festival with an emphasis on small, intimate events in historical and architecturally interesting buildings, this annual ten-day event has built up a significant reputation. Read more

  2. West Cork History Festival

    Skibbereen, Cork

    The festival programme will explore various topics, from the Knights Templar to the Second World War, all in the context of West Cork’s unique history and culture. Read more

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  3. Dublin Festival of History

    Dublin City, Dublin

    If you’re a history lover you can’t miss this festival which has gained a reputation for attracting best-selling historians from around the globe. Read more

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  4. Spring Into Heritage: Martello Tower Seapoint

    Blackrock, Dublin

    Entertain your curiosity in this architectural gem of a building - the Martello Tower at Seapoint. Read more

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  5. Spring Into Heritage: Cabinteely House

    Cabinteely, Dublin

    Cabinteely House is a gorgeous 18th century country house with a fascinating history. Learn all about its life and times with a wonderful hour-long, guided tour of the property as part of the Spring into... Read more

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  6. Spring Into Heritage: The Oratory

    Dun Laoghaire, Dublin

    If you want to be wowed by art and architecture, look no further than the Oratory in all of its gilted glory. Read more

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  7. Spring Into Heritage: National Maritime Museum

    Dun Laoghaire, Dublin

    Step into the past and Spring Into Heritage at the National Maritime Museum in Dún Laoghaire as you enjoy free guided tours around the splendid maritime history collection kept in the Mariners' Church. Read more

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  8. Spring Into Heritage: James Joyce Tower and Museum

    Sandycove, Dublin

    Book and history devotees, step into your very own literary time warp at the James Joyce Tower and Museum as part of the wonderful Spring Into Heritage festival. Read more

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