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A small museum with displays on the geology, archaeology and history of the Dingle Peninsula, as well as changing temporary exhibitions. With artefacts on loan from the National Museum of Ireland, as well as those sourced locally, this is where you...more
We came here after picking up a brochure at our B&B, plenty of curious artifacts to explain the local history going back thousands of years. Particularly of interest were the ogham stones with their ancient form of writing obviously common to this particular area. Movie...More
As I’m interested in Standing Stones, I really really loved walking in this charming museum where Irish is the main language . Many Irish books for sake in the cafe.
Loads of interesting artifacts .
Wish I had stopped in the cafe for tea!
Brilliant museum with cafe. Its so full of history, so easy to read and enjoy. The kids loved it also. Could do with some background music perhaps? Blink and you'd miss it though driving through the town! I would recommend you stop and enjoy iy.
My wife and I visited the museum in late April 2015 ,after making arrangements via email ,to have someone meet us because summer hours had not started. Although small, the museum has an outstanding collection of artifacts, several on loan from Dublin museums. The exhibits...More
We visited mid-April when the museum would usually be closed but I emailee the curator to ask if there was any chance we could visit. She went out of her way, in my opinion, to open up the museum for my family and we were...More
I really don't know why it's taken me so many years to stop by and visit this little museum: what a treat for anyone interested in archaeology and history! This little museum is packed with finds and artefacts dating from the Mesolithic period to present...More