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Galway City Museum

Galway City Museum

A spacious, modern building, situated in the heart of Galway on the banks of the River Corrib, overlooking the famous Spanish Arch. The Museum houses a variety of permanent and touring exhibitions dealing with archaeology, local history, art & craft.

Down County Museum

Down County Museum

The museum is located in the historic buildings of the 18th-century County Gaol of Down. The old Gaol of Downpatrick was was opened in 1796 and until its closure in 1830 housed many thousands of prisoners.

The prison complex covers one acre and contains three main structures. These comprise a cell block to the rear, a central Governor’s Residence and two gatehouses flanking the main entrance, all set within a high perimeter wall.

Hook Lighthouse

Hook Lighthouse

The oldest intact operational lighthouse in the world apparently. Hook Lighthouse can be found at the tip of the Hook Peninsula in County Wexford in Ireland. The current structure has stood for almost 800 years!

Kennedy Homestead

Kennedy Homestead

In the summer of 1963 President Kennedy visited Ireland and made an emotional return to the ancestral family homestead. The museum follows the fortunes of the most famous Irish American Family through the 20th century to the present day. This rag to riches story begins at the Kennedy Homestead, birthplace of President John F Kennedy’s great-grandfather, who was forced to leave during the famine.

Dunbrody Famine Ship Experience

Dunbrody Famine Ship Experience

The Dunbrody Famine Ship Experience is one of the premier tourist attractions in the South East of Ireland. Centred on an authentic reproduction of an 1840’s emigrant vessel, it provides a world-class interpretation of the famine emigrant experience.

House of Waterford Crystal

House of Waterford Crystal

The House of Waterford Crystal is a living testament to the original Waterford Glass House. Located on The Mall in Waterford City, Ireland the skilled Crystal artisans keep the tradition of mouth blowing, hand finishing, sculpting and engraving alive.

St Patrick’s Cathedral Dublin

St Patrick’s Cathedral Dublin

The Cathedral stands majestically as a memorial to our historic past. Built in honour of Ireland’s patron saint, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral stands adjacent to the famous well where tradition has it Saint Patrick baptised converts on his visit to Dublin.

Blarney Castle

Blarney Castle

There are those who think that you come to Blarney Castle only to see the Stone. But you will leave knowing that the Blarney Stone is only a part of the attraction. We wouldn’t want our virtual visitors to miss out so here’s a small sample of what you can find here.

Irish National Stud

Irish National Stud

From horses to horticulture, the Irish National Stud offers you a unique experience that can be enjoyed at your own leisure or as part of a guided tour. Come to the Stud and share with us one of Ireland’s true treasures.

Killruddery House & Gardens

Killruddery House & Gardens

Killruddery, the Gateway to the Garden of Ireland and on Dublin’s doorstep, is home to the Earls of Meath since 1618 and currently the home of the 15th Earl of Meath. It is the most significant Elizabethan Revival mansion in Ireland.

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Downpatrick Town

We flew our drone over Downpatrick town and captured a couple of aerial 360° photographs. Look out for the marker points in the aerial virtual tours, some of which will allow you to jump from the sky down into some of the various visitor attractions found in the town.

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