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The Irish Military War Museum and family park,offers a fascinating insight into Irish participants' involvement in both World War One and World War Two, as well as other military conflicts in world history. The Irish Military War Museum, covering...more
All reviews on display picnic area large collection obstacle course packed full second to none guided tour whole family family group interesting stuff couple of hours all ages take your time living history adults and kids worth a trip great place to visit
Came here with my history class a few weeks ago. The place was fascinating. It seems pretty small from the outside but the museum was fantastic. Chock full of authentic, original weapons and gear from WW1+WW2, it was really impressive. Forget our guide’s name but...More
Went here on a motorcycle run with the Widows Sons Masonic Bikers as a stop off and tour around the site. Fantastic and informative guides, unbelievable amount of historical items collected over many years on view and the good point some available to pick up...More
Amazing place to spend some time,fantastic exhibits and very hands on you can just pick things up and get the feel for the soldiers who used these,William and Fergus actually gave us the tour as there were near 40 of us and split us into...More
We will definitely be recommending this museum to our friends! After two weeks in Ireland, we planned to spend our final day taking in some castles, but severe weather caused us to seek out some indoor fun. Although the power was out at the time...More
We had our 8yr old boys party this weekend. Not only is this a great museum they do great parties. They’ve bounced castles fully covered all set up for use and then the boys had a nerf war. There was a break in the middle...More
This museum made our trip. This was amazing for us to see to be able to touch and hold weapons like these was incredible. Everything became so real. We only see war movies and read stories so this was unreal.
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I seen a girl talking on Facebook about this place couple of weeks ago and decided to visit the museum with my children. The boys (aged 7 and 5) were amazed with all the items they seen at the museum, I was surprised myself how...More
this was my second visit here. my first was 3 years ago and back then i was so impressed with the place i vowed to return and im so glad i did. this is a true irish gem run by really nice people who are...More
The drive itself didn’t take too long, maybe 30-45 minutes. There’s basically a biiig figure 8 course that you’ll go around 3 times or so. There’s no age limit to go in the tank, it has a capacity for at least 10 people... More
The drive itself didn’t take too long, maybe 30-45 minutes. There’s basically a biiig figure 8 course that you’ll go around 3 times or so. There’s no age limit to go in the tank, it has a capacity for at least 10 people inside it while it’s being driven, so it’s great for groups- but there may be an age limit for operating it. I recommend giving them a call, they were extremely helpful over the phone when we had questions. We also emailed, so that’s an option too, but calling was easiest. Just keep in mind any time difference!