County Mayo, Ireland
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Jutting proudly into the Atlantic Ocean, County Mayo boasts a stunningly beautiful unspoilt environment with a magical attraction for visitors. Cosmopolitan towns such as Westport positively burst with charm and personality, as welcoming as the Mayo people themselves.
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Things to Do, County Mayo, Ireland
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Address: Info: Visitor Centre , Louisburgh Road, Westport, Co. Mayo, Republic of Ireland
Telephone: +353 (0)98 64114
Croagh Patrick is the most prominent mountain overlooking Clew Bay on the Atlantic coast of County Mayo. it is Ireland’s holiest mountain and one which has been attracting people to climb to its summit since the misty days of prehistory.
Address: Shrine Office, Knock, Co Mayo, Republic of Ireland
Telephone: +353 (0)94 9388100
Knock is Ireland’s main centre of Marian devotion. This came about because fifteen people aged between 6 and 75 saw an apparition of the Virgin in August 1879 outside the south gable of the parish church in the centre of the village. Since then, pilgrims have been flocking to Knock.
Linenhall Arts Centre
Address: Castlebar, Castlebar, Co Mayo, Republic Of Ireland
Telephone: +353 (0)94 9023733
The Linenhall Arts Centre has a comprehensive arts programme throughout the year. There is also a continual programme of theatre events for both children and adults throughout the year. In addition there will be regular music events.
Hennigan's Heritage Centre
Address: Rubble, Killasser, Swinford, Co Mayo, Republic Of Ireland
Telephone: +353 (0)94 9252505
Killasser Heritage consists of a theme farm incorporating various farm animals and poultry, a farm museum with all types of implements used in the region over time and a thatched cottage. Demonstrations of the workings of all implements will be given. Archaeological tours of the surrounding area will be provided. There is a lake on the farm which can be used for fishing. A picnic area is being provided nearby.
Tir Na nOg Venture Fun Park
Address: Enterprise House, Aiden Street, Kiltimagh, Mayo, Republic Of Ireland
Telephone: +353 (0)94 9381494
Aptly named, "the land of youth", this fun park provides an enchanting area with play structures imaginatively designed and fashioned from environmentally friendly materials.
Graune Pet Farm & Play Centre
Address: Graune Pet Farm & Play Centre, Cloonfad Road, Ballyhaunis, Co Mayo, Republic Of Ireland
Telephone: +353 (0)94 9633980
Graune Pet Farm & Play Centre is a specially-designed pet farm and opened its gates recently. It was designed and developed for children and adults to come and spend a full day to enjoy fun and activities. What distinguishes this centre from the usual pet farm is that, apart from the vast range of animals to be seen on the farm tour, there are also outdoor playgrounds with numerous swings, see-saws and slides as well as a football pitch (footballs are supplied).
Westport House and Country Park
Address: Westport House Country Estate, Westport, Co Mayo, Republic of Ireland
Telephone: +353 (0)98 27766
Telephone: +353 (0)98 25430
Westport House is one of Ireland's most beautiful and historic homes, located in a most spectacular setting. Recently introduced is a new attraction of wax work figures which is a tribute to the west of Ireland's extraordinary international literary, music and arts achievements - figures include W. B. Yeats, Margaret Burke-Sheridan and George Moore. Over 4 million visitors have enjoyed the history, culture and fun to be found at Westport House and Country Park. Located in the grounds are many attractions for children of all ages, including a log flume ride, swan pedaloes, a miniature railway, dungeons, funny mirrors, slippery dip, pitch & putt, jungle world (soft indoor play area), children's playground and an animal and bird park.
Clew Bay Heritage Centre
Address: The Quay, Westport, Co Mayo, Republic of Ireland
Telephone: +353 (0)98 26852
Situated in a 19th century building, the Clew Bay Heritage Centre traces the history of Westport and the Clew Bay area from pre-christian times to the present. Artifacts, documents and photographs connected with the general Westport area provide a basis for the presentation of local history, customs and traditions. The Centre houses a genealogical research facility.
Address: Ballina Tourist Office, Cathedral Road, Ballina, Co. Mayo, Ireland
Telephone: +353 (0)96 70848
Lapped by the waters of the river Moy, Rosserk is a charmingly compact friary of the Third Order Franciscans, in ruins since the Suppression of the Monasteries by king Henry VIII around 1540.
Rosserk is one of the best-preserved examples of a Third Order friary.
Mayo North Heritage Centre & Enniscoe Gardens
Address: Enniscoe , Castlehill , Ballina, Co Mayo, Republic of Ireland
Telephone: +353 (0)96 31809
The Mayo North Heritage Centre is enclosed by woodland on the shores of Lough Conn. This is the genealogy centre for people of North Mayo looking to research their family history. On site there is also a Museum with household and agricultural machinery. Visit the working blacksmith in the forge, or just sit back and enjoy a snack in our tearoom overlooking the Victorian Walled Garden.
Quiet Man Heritage Cottage
Address: Circular Road, Cong, Co Mayo, Republic of Ireland
Telephone: +353 (0)94 9546089
"The Quiet Man" cottage is a typical Irish cottage of the 1920's with exhibits of archaeological and historical importance.
Michael Davitt Museum
Address: Straide, Foxford, Co Mayo, Republic Of Ireland
Telephone: +353 (0)94 9031022
The Michael Davitt Museum is housed in the beautifully-restored pre-penal church in the village of Straide, Co Mayo. The Museum contains an extensive collection of documents, photos, Land Acts, letters, postcards, posters and other items connected with Michael Davitt's life.
Foxford Woollen Mills Visitor Centre
Address: Foxford Woollen Mills , Saint Josephs Place , Foxford, Co Mayo, Republic of Ireland
Telephone: +353 (0)94 9256104 (Shopping)
Telephone: +353 (0)94 9257280 (Restaurant)
Foxford Woollen Mills Visitor Centre tells the story of a remarkable nun, Mother Agnes Morrogh-Bernard, who founded the Foxford Woollen Mills in 1892 and transformed the town and district. The story is told in the centre using an ingenious three-dimensional audio-visual presentation incorporating animated life-size models (including 'talking people') in authentic settings. Other facilities include a shop, restaurant, art gallery, exhibition centre, bureau-de-change and ample car parking facilities.
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