Bunratty Castle Medieval Banquet
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One experience not to be missed, Medieval Banquet and entertainment at Bunratty Castle. The castle was once the splendid home of noble medieval lords, today it is a imposing venue for nights of revelry, fine food and wine.
One experience not to be missed. Enjoy an unforgettable evening and be captivated by an amazing experience at this magnificent castle. On arrival at the Medieval Castle Banquet, a kilted piper plays a tune of welcome. The Earl’s Butler welcomes guests from the four corners of the world. While partaking this impressive Medieval Castle Banquet, a splendid four course dinner with fine wines, a wonderful evening unfolds, the famous Bunratty Castle singers and musicians in period costumed, and the alluring and melodious tones from the harp and violin provide an unforgettable evening of festivity at this impressive castle. Why not reserve you place at the table now!
The Banquets at Bunratty, Knappogue and Dunguaire Castle have distinctive and riveting entertainment shows. These castles were once the splendid homes of noble medieval lords, today they are the imposing venues for nights of revelry, fine food and wine. Shannon Heritage Bunratty Castle located just off the N18 between Limerick & Ennis, just 10mins from Shannon Airport. Knappogue approx. 30min. drive and Dunguaire Castles approx. 55 min.drive.
The Corn Barn at Bunratty Folk Park is the venue for the Traditional Irish Night. These Traditional Irish evenings celebrate the best in Irish music, song and dance accompanied by traditional home cooked food with wines. A troupe of resident entertainers demonstrate the art of Irish dancing and give some visitors an opportunity to learn a few steps. The Traditional Irish night is a fun packed, lively experience that will have your hands clapping and your feet tapping, you may even learn a step or two!
The banquet is available year round subject to demand - reservations necessary. Details of the Knappogue and Dunguaire Castle Banquets can be found on the Discover Ireland website.