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Eagles Flying

Eagles Flying

Situated amid the beautiful landscape of North-West Ireland is Eagles Flying, the largest Centre for Birds of Prey and Owls in the country.

Donegal County Museum

Donegal County Museum

Donegal County Museum first opened to the public in 1987. The Museum is housed in what was once the Warden’s house of the Letterkenny Workhouse, built in 1843 and opened in 1845.

Tower Museum

Tower Museum

The Tower Museum takes the visitor on a high-tech audio-visual narrative tour of the Story of Derry. From the first evidence of human habitation in 7000BC through to the troubles and the peace process, it is all here and exemplified by models and a wide range of artefacts.

Navan Centre & Fort

Navan Centre & Fort

Navan Fort – known in Old Irish as Emain Macha – is a large circular earthwork on the summit of a drumlin that is thought to be the site of a pagan sanctuary. The impressive earthwork encloses two monuments on the hilltop, a ring barrow (Iron Age burial site) and a large mound.

Dublinia

Dublinia

Dublinia is one of Dublin’s top visitor attractions with three exciting exhibitions, Viking Dublin, Medieval Dublin and History Hunters! All located at the historic crossroads of old Dublin where modern and old Dublin meets.

National Wax Museum Plus

National Wax Museum Plus

The National Wax Museum is housed in the historic landmark Armoury Building, previously the home of Ireland’s bullion and arms stores.

Glasnevin Cemetery

Glasnevin Cemetery

Glasnevin Cemetery is the largest cemetery in Ireland. First opened in 1832 to establish a place where people of all religions could bury their dead with dignity, the cemetery has grown to become a national monument and vital part of the Irish Heritage story.

Dublin City Hall

Dublin City Hall

City Hall is an outstanding example of the Georgian architecture for which Dublin is world-renowned. Talks on the history of City Hall are available to groups who arrange in advance. Audio guides and leaflets are available in several different languages. The building is fully wheelchair accessible.

Malahide Castle

Malahide Castle

Malahide Castle, set on 250 acres of park land in the pretty seaside town of Malahide,was both a fortress and a private home for nearly 800 years and is an interesting mix of architectural styles.

Giant’s Causeway

Giant’s Causeway

A site of World Heritage and therefore ranked alongside Mount Everest and the Giant Redwoods of California for it’s importance .

The Giant’s Causeway is Northern Ireland’s top tourist attraction, and only World Heritage Site. A dramatic coastal landscape steeped in local mythology, the Causeway draws up to half a million visitors a year from around the world.

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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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