Craggaunowen is an award winning archaeological open air museum centred around a 16th Century Towerhouse. It is set in 50 acres of idyllic woodland with a picturesque lake and is host to several examples of early historic dwelling places.
The De Valera Museum and Bruree Heritage Centre uses audio-visuals, graphic panels, set pieces and displays of personal memorabilia to tell the story of Eamon de Valera and of the area which is credited with forming his character.
The Irish Palatine Heritage Centre houses an exhibition which seeks to re-present in detail the Irish Palatine experience ranging from their German places of origin, to their colonisation and settlement in Ireland, and their subsequent scattering all over the English speaking world.
Lough Gur is one of Ireland’s most important archaeological sites. You will be captivated by the beauty, charm and tranquillity of this ancient place.