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  1. Glendeer Open Pet Farm

    Athlone, Westmeath

    Glendeer Pet Farm, in County Westmeath, is an interactive experience where people can see, feed and pet animals. Animals include deer, pot belly pigs, llamas, emu, ostrich, goats, donkeys, sheep, monkeys, wallabies and tortoises. Read more

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  2. Athlone Castle Visitor Centre

    Athlone, Westmeath

    Athlone Castle Visitor Centre is a major tourist attraction in the town of Athlone and featurs both the visitor centre itself and the new Luan Art Gallery. Read more

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  3. Drum Heritage Centre

    Athlone, Westmeath

    Drum Heritage Centre Welcomes visitors to the Monastic Settlement and Saint Brigid's Holy Well. Visitor Centre-memorabilia displays relative to people and events which took place here. Read more

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  4. Dún na Sí Amenity and Heritage Park Association

    Moate, Westmeath

    Set in a stunning 27 acre parkland nestling in the heart of Ireland, Dún na Sí Amenity and Heritage Park boasts an exciting range of recreational, educational, environmental, cultural and historical activities. Read more

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  5. Sculpture in the Lough Boora Parklands

    Ferbane, Offaly

    Sculpture in the Parklands at Lough Boora, County Offaly. Artists to Celebrate the Industrial Heritage of Ferbane at Sculpture in the Parklands. Read more

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  6. Athlone Castle Visitor Centre

    Athlone, Westmeath

    Athlone Castle in Westmeath is a 12th century castle and family-friendly attraction in the heart of Ireland. See Athlone’s history, people, castle and battles explored and brought to life at Athlone Castle Visitor Centre with modern exhibitions. Read more

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  7. Clara Bog Visitor Centre

    Clara, Offaly

    Clara Bog is one of the best examples of a relatively intact raised bog in Western Europe. A visit to the Clara Bog Visitor Centre in Clara, County Offaly, allows you a fascinating insight into the bog. Read more

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