This was one of those places where a lot is packed into a small space. Each of the cottages was full of artefacts and information and gave a great insight into life in the past. While we were there a group of schoolchildren were there on an excursion. They were fascinated by their surroundings, as was I as they spoke with their teacher in both English and Irish. Be sure to walk along the path behind the buildings as it gives a good view and has a few additional bits and pieces - and take note of the stone wall in the car park which has a wonderful map of Ireland. Definitely worth a visit.
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