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Lough Gur Visitor Centre

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Lough Gur Visitor Centre

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Mary M wrote a review Oct 2020
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Back in early Sept myself and my 2 sisters went to Limerick for the week-end. We visited Lough Gur and did the guided tour. Aine Barry, our guide, made it all so interesting and was so enthusiastic about Lough Gur it was infectious. She even forwarded on information on parts of the tour we were particularly interested in. The Stone Circle was amazing and we hope to return for the summer solstice next year. Lough Gur was a real find and so well run and maintained by the local community. Mary
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lowry G wrote a review Aug 2020
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Spend a few hours here a really nice place to come earlier in the day and have a picnic, suitable for all ages for walking the scenery is beautiful and very peaceful.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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greengirlGalway wrote a review Jul 2020
Galway, Ireland23 contributions2 helpful votes
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What an amazing surprise! We loved our experience here. Anne at reception was warm and welcoming and couldn't have been more helpful! She advised us to do the walk first before the heritage centre. She even advised me to change my shoes which I was very grateful of! We took a picnic to have at the top to soak in the vista. There's a fab fairy village at the top too which is always a plus with kids! The playground is lovely with loads for all ages. The heritage centre is lovely and well laid out, Anne took the time to show us around it. She also told me about all the other must see sites nearby. Id recommend getting a map and a self guided tour for info. Its well worth the money. There's a lovely archaeological dig for kids, great entertainment for the kids while the parents read their history lesson!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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tracy m wrote a review Jul 2020
Dublin, Ireland7 contributions1 helpful vote
This is a stunningly beautiful spot. We visited for the first time today. Beautiful location beside a lake with plenty of spots to have lunch. We met Philip who was honestly so helpful and pleasant. He recommended more places for us to visit. We are already planning our next visit. Great value for money and plenty of parking. Highly recommend.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Bozeman-Dublin wrote a review Jul 2020
Trim, Ireland8,000 contributions3,125 helpful votes
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A very small visitors centre staffed by a warm, friendly lady who took the time on a busy Saturday to take me around the exhibits herself. There are artefacts found locally, a copy of the wonderful Lough Gur shield and some other interesting display boards describing the Archaeological digs in the area and what was found. It won't take you long to look around. Then you get a headset with 15 stops to explore outside around the lake. I found that really interesting.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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