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Cultural Heritage Attractions in Ireland

365 Tickets March 5, 2018
There are many reasons why people want to visit Ireland. Famous whiskeymythical story telling, or just “for the craic,” there are too many great things to list! One top reason for visiting Ireland would be the wealth of history and heritage this small island has to offer. 365Tickets are lucky because we have many of those heritage sites, castles and museums available on our global websites!
 County Clare
Bunratty heritage Folk Park

Costumed Guide from Bunratty Folk Park

 Bunratty Castle, County Clare, is the most complete and authentic Medieval fortress in Ireland Enjoy a sensory experience in Bunratty Folk park through the sights, sounds, tastes and scents of this enchanting place. Stroll from house to house or around the charming village street. Don’t forgot to call in for a pint at McNamaras pub!
Medieval Banquet

Bunratty Castle’s Medieval Banquet

If you want to extend your time at this Castle, or if you like to be taken back in time(!) the Medieval Banquet at Bunratty Castle is for you! A sumptuous four course dinner with fine wines will be provided for you, along with the dulcet tones of the Ladies of the Castle accompanied by Irish Harp and Fiddle. Your meal is set in the spectacular Great Hall with walls adored with tapestries and furniture from the 16th Century.
County Limerick

King John’s Castle

King John’s Castle in Limerick City is the perfect day out for everyone! It dates from the 13th century but has fully interrogated 21st technology. This enables people of all ages to interact, have fun and learn about this stunning castle. A family ticket costs €25 (2 Adults and up to 6 children).


County Dublin

Heritage lovers rejoice!

Malahide Castle, County Dublin

Malahide Castle and Gardens is located just outside of Dublin. The Malahide Castle Tour is perfect for heritage lovers. The oldest parts of the Castle date back 800 years, making it one of the oldest castles in Ireland. Art lovers can enjoy the beautiful paintings which adorn the walls from the National Gallery of Ireland’s extensive collection.

Ireland is not only home to Beautiful castles. There are plenty of historic site experiences for you to explore.



The General Post office in Dublin City Centre may appear tedious, but what makes it so interesting?

General Post Office

GPO, one of the main sites of the Easter Rising 1916

The GPO was transformed after midday on Easter Monday 1916. A band of rebels stormed the GPO. They ordered staff and customers to leave and seized control of the building, making it their headquarters during the fierce fighting of Easter Week 1916.  If you look at it’s walls you can still see the bullet holes from that fateful Rebellion. GPO Witness History allows visitors to learn about what led to the conflict. The past will come to life through electronic touch screens, video, audio visual booths, sound and authentic artefacts.