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Win!

a School Tour!
to the
National Leprechaun Museum
2 class tours to be won




Join us for your school tour at the National Leprechaun Museum for an experience like no other! Immerse yourself in the world of folklore and mythology. Our storytellers will guide you on your journey to the Otherworld - discover what lies at the end of the rainbow, explore the world as a leprechaun, enter the Fairy Hill, listen for an echo in the magic well.

We have carefully selected themes for our tailored National School group tours. Tours are a mix of information, interactive spaces and stories, and last approximately 45 minutes. The museum is wheelchair accessible and we are happy to facilitate groups with special needs.

The National Leprechaun Museum are giving the chance for two school groups to win a tour of the Museum. The competition is open to parents and teachers to enter on behalf of their school/class group.  To enter, answer the qualifying question below and submit your details.

- Prize x 2 -

Admission for class* to National Leprechaun Museum,

What animals were the Children of Lír turned into by their step-mother Aoife?

Click here for a hint!



Ducks
Swans
Cows
Teacher
Parent
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- TERMS -



  • Closing date is 10th December 2017.
  • Prizewinners will be notified on or after that date.
  • Two prizes available - one per prizewinner/school
  • Prize is for a group/class of max 34*
  • Tours are capped at 18 people per tour so class groups would be split in two with their tours starting 20 minutes apart.
  • The competition is open to parents and teachers to enter on behalf of their school/class group.
  • This prize is subject to availability.
  • The prize must be availed of by 30th June 2018
  • See our full list of Terms & Conditions
  • Find out more about National Leprechaun Museum