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Craggaunowen, Sixmilebridge
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  • We really enjoyed this site. There was a lot to see, read, and learn about the groups of people who inhabited this area long ago. The site is laid out very well, easy to access, and information is cle...  more »
  • On our way across Ireland, I thought it would make sense to see this reconstruction of a prehistoric site, where families lived on man-made islands in lakes or bog areas to have a defensive perimeter....  more »
  • We really came to just see the castle. We didn't realize that there was a trail system with a few minor things to check out. The boat and castle were interesting, but I wouldn't go out of my way to se...  more »
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  • Loved how the staff were doing projects by hand the old, old fashion way, dying wool, spinning wool, making charcoal. We loved looking at everything, learned alot, and enjoyed the visit. Family friendly. Signs posted on the roads to lead you to it.
  • A great spot for a family visit. Interestingly, there are many Pokéstops and even a Pokémon Gym at the centre! The staff are friendly and the volunteers at the Lughnasa festival were very enthusiastic and knowledgeable. The exhibits haven't really changed since my last visit 20 years ago, so they could do with some updating, particularly Brendan's Boathouse. The goats and pigs are a great attraction for kids.
  • Loved it from first greeting to last. Thank you to Cormac for taking the time and patience to build a stickman with my son... he absolutely loved the experience. ☺☺
  • Take a step back in time. Entertaining staff with great knowledge on the times and artifacts. Worth the trip.
  • A great place to go back in time. Really nice experience, great staff.