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Having never actually walked around an ancient stone circle before, I was delighted to experience the space and contemplate the people's lives and rituals that must have taken place here. Quiet and secluded, was guarded by a single donkey. About a 1/2 mile up the...More
The site itself is well maintained but rather hemmed in by fencing and the gravel feels a little out of keeping and non naturalistic. The signage could be more informative about the purpose and meaning of the stones and their composition. But overall this is...More
We went to Drumskinny purely because we liked the name so thought we'd look at the stone circle while we went through. It is clearly marked and fenced, with an information board. The ground was pretty boggy but it had been raining a lot. There...More
Drumskinny Stone Circle does require a bit of a trip to get to. However I am very interested in Neolithic sites so personally I found this interesting and rewarding to visit. Another reviewer commented that it is 'just a small circle of stones'. Well, yes,...More
Came here whilst driving around the area. It's an old Druid site with the stones in about a 13 metre diameter. Unfortunately the ministry of finance did some repair work after it was discovered in the 1930's which spoil it somewhat. Missing stones were replaced...More
We stumbled across the Srumskinny stone circle when we had a problem with our satnav. But that was a great thing because we would never have seen the brown tourist sign pointing out the Stone Circle.
The stones are a very very short walk from...More
If you have an interest in ancient Irish stone circles, this is a small restored site way out in the countryside with a car park and easy pathway to it. The surrounding area is delightful to drive through and makes the short visit here and...More