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Lovely Food and Interesting Insights

Firstly this is a place worth visiting for some coffee and snack or lunch. The staff in the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Travelex3
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Nice cafe and very friendly welcoming staff

We visited here for lunch and to have a quick look at the museum and cottage. The cafe was nice... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Andrew D
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A new visitor centre in Ros Muc in the heart of the Connemara Gaeltacht that tells the story of Patrick Pearse, and brings visitors on a journey of discovery through the language, culture and landscape of this stunning part of south Connemara. Visit...more
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Rosmuck H91 PW6P, Ireland
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Firstly this is a place worth visiting for some coffee and snack or lunch. The staff in the restaurant were so obliging and prepared a special vegan style sandwich with roasted vegetables etc.. the coffee was really good. Good pleasant service and a bit of...More

1  Thank Travelex3
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We visited here for lunch and to have a quick look at the museum and cottage. The cafe was nice (food was quite good although possibly pre-prepared offsite and bought in (?) but otherwise good) and the staff were very friendly and helpful both in...More

Thank Andrew D
Reviewed June 1, 2018 via mobile

Fantastic Centre with interactive visual displays , the old cottage is very interesting to visit, set in the beautiful Connemara countryside . The highlight for us however was the fantastic guides and staff of the Centre . They could not have been more friendly, enthusiastic...More

Thank Anne B
Reviewed May 14, 2018 via mobile

This site is well worth a visit and I cannot commend the Visitors Centre highly enough. The staff were very helpful in practical ways and were also happy to engage in discussion about the life and times Patrick Pearse. Having seen the City Museum in...More

Thank Lillian P
Reviewed May 4, 2018 via mobile

Grounds include Patrick Pearse's cottage, which is of historical significance, but it is the interactive visitors centre that stands out. New, modern and very informative, several hours could easily be spent here. There is also a cafe on the premises for those looking for lunch...More

Thank bobjanh
Reviewed May 1, 2018 via mobile

Came here expecting to see only Pádraig Pearse's cottage but were so plesantly surprised to see a modern culture centre too. Bi-lingual staff were very friendly and knowledgeable and the exhibition covered Pearse's life, some political info, details on Pearse's work as a teacher and...More

Thank Flossykins
Reviewed April 30, 2018

While travelling the WAY recently i visited Teach an Phiarsaigh, Entry fee was 5e, The visitor centre is fairly new, bright and clean...Its a short walk up to the cottage along a beautiful walkway with plenty of benches along the way so u can sit...More

Thank podge30
Reviewed November 22, 2017

Informative visitors' centre, knowledgeable staff, and well-preserved piece of 19th/20th century Irish history.

Thank R I
Reviewed November 7, 2017

Decided to take a look inside this really ugly building in hope that it would redeem itself. Greeted by surly staff who waved at notice board when asked the entry fee, and to whom it was paid. No bank cards taken - this seemingly justified...More

3  Thank Elizabeth D
Reviewed October 6, 2017

This was such a well organised place. I didn’t know anything much about Patrick Pearce beyond the Easter Rising so it was so interesting to see the exhibitions here which put him in the locality, showed us his love of the Irish language and looked...More

1  Thank Amandah209011
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