Sligo Folk Park, Riverstown

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The best thing about this museum was the lovely tasty big homemade scone with jam and a cuppa in the cafĂ© after our visit. Nice and cosy too on a coldish day. The street of shop fronts was really need...  more »
  • Excellent folk park and steeped in history, would willingly have paid a higher entrance fee to go toward restoration & conservation. These buildings are a real Gem and need protecting, Great customer ...  more »
  • The staff were friendly but the attraction was neglected old lawn mowers and machinery were just left outside to rust. Some of the buildings were also closed, We were hoping to spend a few hours here ...  more »
Google
  • Very cheap entry fee so good value for what you get. Not organised very well, a lot of items gave no information as to what they are, and quite a few things had fallen over behind glass but nobody had picked them up. The old farmhouse is the best of the exhibits and the information about the history of switchboards worth reading also. Definitely worth popping in if you are in the area, spend an hour and move on. Staff friendly.