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  1. Gillighan's World - The Field of Dreams

    Tubbercurry, Sligo

    Knocknashee Legendary Hill of the Fairies, one of the 7 sacred hills of Ireland. Fun for schools, coach tours, birthday parties. Read more

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  2. The Mermaid Stones

    Enniscrone, Sligo

    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. Read more

  3. Cabaragh Wedge Tomb

    Coolaney, Sligo

    Cabaragh Wedge Tomb is situated on a level tract of rocky reclaimed pasture below the steeper southern slopes of the Ox Montains, in Coolaney County Sligo. Read more

  4. Tower Museum

    Derry-Londonderry, County Londonderry

    The Tower Museum is located within the city’s historic walls and has won four major awards since its opening in October 1992. Read more

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  5. Caherconnell Fort & Sheepdog Demonstrations

    Carran, Clare

    Visit Caherconnell Stone Fort, a 1,500 year old structure in the Burren near Carron, County Clare. The visitor centre presents Ireland's first virtual tour of a stone fort, complete with details of both its history and dweller's lives. Read more

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  6. Ballymoney Town Hall Arts, Museum and Tourist Information

    Ballymoney, County Antrim

    Ballymoney’s Arts, Museum and Tourist Information Centre is well worth a visit. Read more

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  7. Giant's Causeway, Antrim, Northern Ireland

    Bushmills, County Antrim

    The Giant's Causeway, renowned for its polygonal columns of layered basalt. Read more

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  8. Historical Time in North Down

    Bangor, County Down

    If you are looking for an entertaining and educational way to spend a day the multi-award ... Read more

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  9. Garfinny Bridge

    Dingle, Kerry

    Garfinny Bridge is a medieval bridge which has been recently restored and is the only bridge to be declared a national monument of Ireland. It is located near Dingle in County Kerry. Read more

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