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Celtic and Prehistoric Museum

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Little Irish Gem

Having visited this museum I find some of the negative reviews interesting - it's all about... read more

Reviewed yesterday
GAB056
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Manchester, United Kingdom
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Lovely little museum

It was a very well put-together exhibition, especially considering the small size of the museum and... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Maiken P
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Slea Head Drive | Kilvicadownig, Ventry, Ireland
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+353 87 770 3280
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Having visited this museum I find some of the negative reviews interesting - it's all about expectations. It's a small museum which is reflective of the small cost to get in. From my perspective it was a little treasure trove with a good array of...More

Thank GAB056
Reviewed 1 week ago

I saw this on the side of the road and with the term "Celtic" in the name, I thought I would learn lots about the Celts. It's just a home that's had part of it turned into a museum with stuff that I could see...More

Thank Singingdove
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Saw this on a guide to the single area and it sounded interesting. It was quite disappointing. Most of the "artifacts" looked like the type of things you would pick up in dodgy markets selling "historical souviners" in Turkey, Egypt etc. We had lots of...More

Thank Colm F
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It was a very well put-together exhibition, especially considering the small size of the museum and cheap entrance fee. As a museum professional, I love museums that focus primarily on the objects when telling a story, and that was definitely the case in the Celtic...More

Thank Maiken P
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

A surprising collection of artifacts and of course a huge mammoth skull ! Just a little museum but more than worth the stop.

Thank Sandy B
Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile

We visited this so called museum today and paid the fee which immediately went into the proprietors pocket and not the cash register. We then walked through the bead curtains into a small room with objects purported to be artifacts. Before we had the opportunity...More

1  Thank OnyxCasper52
Reviewed 9 June 2018 via mobile

Not worth the 5 eur. What’s real? Objects from all over not Ireland. Fossil shark tooth from South Carolina .

1  Thank vtsnowman
Reviewed 31 May 2018

My husband was too tired by this point in our Dingle drive to drag himself out of the rental car after a day of hiking with numerous stops to “Oh, please take another photo of the baby sheep!” I, however, was intrigued by the celtic...More

Thank SaraTee
celticmuseum, Owner at Celtic and Prehistoric Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 2 June 2018

Thanks, Sara, Glad you enjoyed your visit and hope to see you again some time.

Reviewed 30 May 2018

When one has a great experience it is almost always because of meeting an enthusiast. Harris Moore is an absolute enthusiast for Celtic Prehistoric items. The Wooly Mammoth skull and Antlers, the Cave Bear Skeleton, and the Nautilus fossils stand out for me, and Harris...More

1  Thank gpcthompson
Reviewed 4 May 2018

If you get a chance to drive the Slea Head trail don't pass this little museum by. It has a terrific display of assorted prehistoric artifacts (including the amazing mamouth skull) and a great gift shop. Well worth the stop.

Thank Joanne B
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