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One of my tour group's highlights of week long travel through County Galway. Martin O'Hara is a fantastic guide, family historian, entertaining presenter, and lover of the land and of Irish's history. We were extremely impressed with him and the Centre itself. A truly unique...More
Thought this was THE Connemara History Center, but it is rather a private enterprise with reconstructed buildings. Note.. we really don't know how people lived 4000 years ago - but I guess they made an educated guess. Price of admission, a staggering 8 Euro, includes...More
This is a unique experience for sure! There’s lunch if you are hungry and a lovely gift shop. The highlight though is when a tractor pulls you up a mountain in a trolley car! Martin, the owner and lover of history, shares the history of...More
After stopping at Ballynahinch Castle hotel and passing this place on the way to Clifden. I decided to check it out on TripAdvisor. After gauging some of the reviews I decided to call their with my wife after we had spent the day at Kylemore...More
We visited with our family. (7 of us altogether, including our 11-year-old grandson Dan O'Hara.) It was a beautiful sunny day in late October. The welcome from Paula was very warm: she was delighted to meet Dan! The museum and the audio-visual were very interesting....More
Nice stop off to kill and hour or two. Staff were all friendly and we enjoyed looking around and walking to the cottage. Did not see many animals or have a tractor ride however. Worth a visit as it is not overly expensive
We stopped here for tea and were charmed by the tour. Pulled by a huge tractor and comfy in an enclosed wagon, we made our way to the top with stories and singing by our guide, the local farmer. The cottage of Dan O'Hara and...More