|Opw - Fota Arboretum And Gardens |
Fota Arboretum contains an extensive collection of trees and shrubs extending over an area of approx. 11 hectares (27 acres) and includes features such as ornamental pond, Italian and walled gardens. The collection includes many tender plants that could not be grown at inland locations with many examples of exotic plants from the southern hemisphere.
Fota Estate, Carrigtwohill, Cork ( 021 4812728 )
|Opw - Muckross House |
Within Killarney National Park is Muckross House, a magnificent Victorian mansion and one of Ireland's leading stately homes. The elegantly furnished rooms portray the lifestyles of the landed gentry, while downstairs in the basement one can experience the working conditions of the servants employed in the House. Muckross House is also home to a number of skilled craft workers who can be viewed using traditional skills in the crafts of weaving, bookbinding and pottery.
Gardens & Trad Farem, Kilarney National Park, Killarney Kerry ( 064 31440 )
| Step back in time and discover Ireland’s rich and fascinating past. Our newly revamped School Tour programme at Bunratty Castle and Folk Park allows students to sample 19th century Ireland and participate in a series of fun and engaging workshops in addition to their general visit. Workshops include bow & arrow making, animal welfare, gardening, Irish dancing and music. Students can also avail of our designated picnic area for school tours and enjoy the new playground with Viking head playship, zip wire and an array of swings and slides. |
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Bunrattty, Limerick ( 061360788 )
|Cork City Gaol |
Stepping inside visitors are taken back in time to the 19th century/early 20th century . Wandering through the wings of the Gaol, the atmosphere suggests you are accompanied by the shuffling feet of inmates past, each representing their particular period in Irish history from pre –famine times to the foundation of the state. The cells are furnished with amazingly life like wax figures; original graffiti on cell walls tell the innermost feelings of some inmates while a audio visual tells the social history and contrasting lifestyles of the 19th /20th century Cork and why some people turned to crime, and some ended up in Australia. Open 7 days a Week, All Year Round.
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Cork City Gaol, Convent Avenue, Sunday’s Well ( 021 4305022 )
|Opw - Derrynane House Caherdaniel, Co Kerry (066 9475113)|