Called there while on holiday in Sligo. We arrived at 1.45pm for the 2pm guided tour only to be told it wasn't on. We were given a map and made our own way around the park. Its small compared to the two folk parks in Northern Ireland but half the price. There is 12 exhibitions with the Irwin House the best of these, The shed with the farm equipment was full on machinery but nothing to explain what they were for. A few animals including a pot bellied pig some geese and peacocks and a small kits play area with large games.
We spend about 2 hours but that included a picnic
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