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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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This centre pay homage to Pádraig Mac Piarais, one of the heros of Ireland's 1916 Rising. Everything in the centre is bilingual and the guides were so informative. I would definitely recommend visiting.
This cultural center does an outstanding job of explaining how the Irish language is woven into the very fabric of the Irish culture. Pearse was instrumental in the Easter Rising that ultimately led to Irish independence and standing on these beautiful grounds you can see...More
Highly recommended for everyone interested in Ireland's independence struggle, our native language and its revival movement, Connemara's Gaeltacht coastal communities, resources and natural history... a lovely new visitor centre with access and really helpful guides at the cottage built by Patrick Pearse/Pádraig Mac Piarais in...More
Stumbled upon this when out for a spin with the family aka getting them to have a nap in the car.
Got a hearty fáilte at the door when we came in. We went straight up to the house as there was a few bus...More
I visited this location lately and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. There are very interesting interactive exhibitions, with culture, history and heritage easily accessible to all. The house was very well restored and we listened to a very interesting talk on Padraig Pearse and life in...More
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
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
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
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