A High Cross and Early stone church from the Irish National Heritage Park.
The Irish National Heritage Park brings to life the history of life in Ireland since the stone Age. Occupyng 25 acres it has 16 archaeological and hisorical reconstructions of prehistoric houses, a megalithic tomb, a fulacht fiadh, a ringfort, crannog, monastic site, Anglo-Norman Motte and Bailey Castle and much more. There are also education workshops, school tours and a range of activities. The park has a restaurant and gift shop.
The Park, Restaurant & Shop are open everyday, all year round
May-August 9.30-6.30 (last Admission time 5pm)
September-April 9.30-5.30pm (last admission time 3-4pm)
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GPS coordinates 52.346089,-6.515923