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Ardgillan Castle Co. Dublin – An Eighteenth Century Irish Country House

Ardgillan Castle is a distinctive country house, set in a 194-acre demesne near Balbriggan in Co. Dublin. The house was built by the Reverend Robert Taylor in 1738 and remained in the Taylor family until 1962. In 1982 the house became the property of the local authority of Fingal County Council and opened its doors to the public for the ... Read More »

The Fighting Irish Remembered At The County Carlow Military Museum

County Carlow Military Museum is a showcase and a tribute to some of the bravest and most adventurous men and women that Ireland, and more importantly County Carlow, has ever seen. The Museum opened in 2001 and was refurbished in August 2012. The Museum started in the local FCÁ hut after a former member and friend to all (Donie Cunningham) ... Read More »

Dublin’s 20th Century Revisited At, The Little Museum Of Dublin

The Little Museum of Dublin tells the story of Ireland’s capital city in the 20th Century. The Lord Mayor of Dublin opened this new and charming non-profit museum in October of 2011. The museum chronicles social, political, and cultural history of the city in a unique way, displaying over 400 artifacts donated exclusively by Dubliners. The wide range of artifacts ... Read More »