Not many people can say that they have visited Ballyjamesduff but to those who intend to - in the future - I would recommend the Cavan County Museum. It consists of 3 floors with a number of rooms on each, charting the history of Ireland from 7,000 years ago to the present day. All subjects are well illustrated with artifacts and wonderful graphics. There will be areas of interest to all ages - young to old. It was fascinating to see the links which Cavan had with Percy French and to see some of his paintings.
There were many interesting and sometimes distressing figures on subjects such as the Great Famine.
Coming from Northern Ireland, I was interested to see how the history was portrayed. The facts of invasion and wars were well presented and I must compliment the museum on what I believe to be a very fair and unbiased display. One room was dedicated to Peace and Reconciliation and It is to the credit of the museum that they are helping to educate the children of today to be good citizens for the future.
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