Ireland: Discover 6 new museums on the island

Ireland: Discover 6 new museums on the island

The opening of many new and improved museums allows you to discover Ireland in a different and interesting way.

TThe Irish Racehorse Experience is one of the attractions open in Ireland this summer, with a new opportunity to indulge in comprehensive racing at the Irish National Stud and Garden., In County Kildare. This attraction to the latest gaming technology gives fans an extraordinary experience: Live Video, audio, and graphics allow racing fans to hold, train, and ride live.

Recently openedIrish Museum of Time a Waterford, The oldest city in Ireland. Located in a Gothic style church Irish made clocks and clocks The collection of the best watches in the world is without a doubt. The museum is part of the Waterford Treasures Suite of five museums in the city’s famous Viking Triangle.

There is a new OM Dark Sky Park and Observatory in County Tyrone for night sky lovers.. Built for stargazing at the only Dark Domestic Dark Sky Park in Northern Ireland, the facility offers clear views of the night sky. Compared to the ancient Begmore Stone Circles, the observatory’s new technology and state-of-the-art equipment are far removed from the foothills of the Sperin Mountains.

Do not miss other experiences

Valentia Island Lighthouse, County Kerry, Sheds a new light on its tower and the house of the lighthouse keepers. Experience Leading lights at Cromwell Point It is a journey through time and history, and contains information about the past and present of the region. On the site you will find a Bronze Age Menhir, a seventeenth century Cromwell castle, a 1920s lighthouse keeper’s house, and a 360 degree view of the land and sea from the lighthouse tower on the Wild Atlantic Way.

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A trip Patrick Cavanaugh Center It’s one of those in Monaghan County Mandatory For everyone who loves Irish poetry.

In County Meath Brú na Binne Visitor Center, Now refurbished and reopened to visitors. Access and tickets are currently limited, but can be booked up to 30 days in advance of departure.

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