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Grange Stone Circle

This is the first stop on the Lough Gur trail. It is well signposted, and it is free to visit... read more

Reviewed 15 October 2017
Martin B
County Dublin, Ireland
Largest stone circle in Ireland

The circle is to roughly 4 thousand years old. It was in a beautiful setting and easy to get to. We... read more

Reviewed 5 October 2017
Debra M
Loveland, Colorado
via mobile
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“wedges” (3 reviews)
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“large stone” (2 reviews)
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Bruff, Ireland
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Reviewed 15 October 2017

This is the first stop on the Lough Gur trail. It is well signposted, and it is free to visit. There is a good information board there.

Thank Martin B
Reviewed 5 October 2017 via mobile

The circle is to roughly 4 thousand years old. It was in a beautiful setting and easy to get to. We went early in the morning and had it all to ourselves. If your into ancient religious places, this is a must see.

Thank Debra M
Reviewed 23 September 2017

The best stone circle we visited in Ireland. Ancient, well preserved, and we had the place to ourselves. The circle is huge, and complete, but is a little hard to find. You can't see the whole circle from the road. Parking is free, outside the...More

Thank Salty2010
Reviewed 14 September 2017

Seaped in local history and tradition. Mystery. Heratige, folklore, and fact. Very very old. Well worth a stop and a look see. As of passing here many times when I lived in limerick many years ago. Lots of instances of passing there very early or...More

Thank alworkhannon
Reviewed 9 September 2017

The stone circle is a short drive from Kilfinane and dates back to 2000BC. Historians think stone age people used the stone circle as a ring around their homes and protect their community.

Thank Alexandra T
Reviewed 26 August 2017

Worth a stop if you're driving on the country road from the Lough Gur Heritage Center to Limerick. "The Grange" is a large earthen henge/berm, about 45' in diameter with huge boulders encircling the perimeter. It dates from the Stone Age, and was used probably...More

Thank Quasimama
Reviewed 8 August 2017

Was raining heavily,could not fully appreciate the stone circle. Looks very interesting. Need to return in better weather!

Thank johnandmarymooney
Reviewed 27 July 2017

The circles date back to 2000 BC and are well worth a visit if you are in the area. There is one main circle which is easily accessable and a number of smaller ones which are harder to get to.

Thank MikeFCollins
Reviewed 11 July 2017

We just don't have these kinds of ancient and revered sites in the US, so I made it a point to find a few stone circles and wedge tombs. This one is right off the roadway and you have to go through a couple anti-cattle...More

1  Thank farscapeprincess
Reviewed 16 May 2017

We were the only people there...had the place to ourselves except for the cows. The farmer who owns the land charges a small fee to walk around. The circle is 2000-2500 BC and well worth the trip. We also stopped at the Lough Gur Wedge...More

1  Thank georgesB7150BY
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We hired jonathan Normoyle of private chauffeur