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Born in Carron in 1847, Michael Cusack founded the largest amateur sporting organisation in the world, the Gaelic Athletic Association. The Centre in Carron is dedicated to the memory of the man who is widely regarded as the saviour of Irish sports...more
My family and I visited the Centre last week and had an amazing experience. First the staff were amazing so knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. The short lecture before the audio visual tour was excellent. This is a must for all GAA fans and indeed just...More
This is a fantastic tribute to Cusack and the G.A.A. It's small but it is packed full of great information.
The staff in the centre are absolutely fantastic; so welcoming and friendly. There is plentiful free parking on site and there's also a little gift...More
I wouldn’t be the biggest GAA fan in the world so I was a bit apprehensive when a friend suggesting we visit the centre. However, I had no need to be. The centre is well run, had very interesting and informative information, not just about...More
We stopped here after seeing other TripAdvisor reviews. Being English we knew almost nothing about the GAA and Gaelic games in general and so we were unsure what to expect.
The staff were extremely friendly and knowledgeable and gave an informative talk about Michael Cusack's...More
Great spot for an avid Gaa fan!! Beautiful new and modern building for the visitor centre but totally in keeping with the area. Good knowledgable tour guide. Old house is retained and great to see audio visual used here! Very clean, tidy and well kept...More
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Antoinettecarron, Manager at Michael Cusack Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 24 July 2017
Thank you for visiting and for your very kind comments. Delighted that you enjoyed your trip.
The beautiful landscape of Carron in the Burren is home to Michael Cusack, founder of the GAA so it's a must see for any GAA fans. Visitors can see culture and history in restored famine era thatched cottage. There are some activities and walking trails...More
Antoinettecarron, Director of Sales at Michael Cusack Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 18 April 2017
Delighted you had a pleasant experience at the centre. Thank you.