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The Glencolmcille Folk Village Museum recreates Donegal's historic cottage dwellings, spanning over 300 years, in Glencolmcille, County Donegal.
The Michael Davitt Museum, dedicated to the patriot, MP and Land League founder, is located in Straide County Mayo. This picturesque village is situated on the N58 between the towns of Castlebar and Ballina.
East Clare Heritage Centre in Tuamgraney County Clare, is the centre for an enigmatic voluntary heritage group that protects, promotes and ultimately creates access to the vast heritage of East Clare.
Cockle Row cottages illustrate the way of life 300 years ago.
This interactive, colourful display, with original costumes, vintage film and theatrical posters, celebrates the intriguing story of Joan Denise Moriarty, doyenne of dance in Ireland.
Áras an Mhuilinn, situated at the bottom of Mount Street in Mullingar, is a state of the art cultural facility in which traditional music, dance and Irish language classes are run on a weekly basis.
Just 15 miles away from Letterkenny and 15 miles from Derry/L’Derry, lies Lifford, the historic capital of Donegal. The Old Courthouse was built in 1746 and was once home to some of the north west’s most wanted villains.
Explore one of Ireland's few coal mines through exhibits and a 45 minute underground tour at Arigna, close to Keadue village in County Leitrim's Arigna valley.
Youghal Tourist Office is situated on the quayside of Youghal Town, in County Cork right next to the Clock Gate. Inside there is a very informative Heritage Centre.
Newbridge Silverware has a factory showroom with a shop, selling goods such as silver plated photo frames, trays, famous cutlery and stainless steel kitchen ware, as well as Newbridge Jewellery and giftware.
Standard museum rates apply
Free app/ guided walking tour £5 pp
Adults €4 (Family €8)
€6.99 per guide
£6 (Adults) / £3 (Child 5-16) / £16 (Family)
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