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The James Mitchell Museum, or Galways's Hidden Museum, is housed in the Department of Geology, National University of Ireland in Galway City. It displays some 15,000 rock, mineral and fossils specimens from all over the world.
Galway City Museum is located at the Spanish Arch, one of the most historic parts of Galway, the City of the Tribes.
The Spanish Arch was built in 1584, and is located on the banks of the river Corrib, and on the site more commonly known as Ceann na Bhalla (The Head of the Wall).
13th century archaelogical remains of the Hall of the Red Earl - the oldest buidling to be excavated within Galway's medieval walls
Take a step back in time in the cottage museum, attend one of our unique events, pick up a beautiful authentic Irish gift and relax by the fire or out in the gardens with a cup of tea/coffee and a homemade scone.
Located in Galway city, Legend of the Claddagh Ring is a visitor centre that explores the history and lore of the famous ring. Visitors can learn about Claddagh and Galway and discover the Legend of the Ring with a swashbuckling movie.
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