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This place is well worth a visit. It is free but you can make a donation, which you should do. It is an interesting building to look at from the front. Inside is the story of the Lusitania supported with many photographs and some artefacts,...More
This is a very short museum on Kinsale. We actually only learned about it due to taking Don and Barry's walking tour as the tour ends right outside the museum. One of the most interesting thing about the museum is the building itself. We learned...More
This is a nice stop to get a quick historic overview of the town (and it’s free!)
Exhibits are simple but they have some wonderful artifacts and the volunteer local guides love their work and provide much added information. Worth at least an hour.
We were unaware and arrived within only 5 minutes of closing time. However, the woman at the gate welcomed us warmly and told us to "take a wee look upstairs." So we did. Munitions and spears from the 1601 siege on the town, lots of...More
As we were passing. We noticed the museum and on a whim wandered in. It was very interesting with exhibits on the ship wreck of the Lusitania including wreckage retrieved from the sea, old Kinsale scenes of how they lived 100 years ago including artifacts,...More
I had an hour or two to kill and decided to pop into the museum - it's free but it's suggest you make a contribution as the place is run by volunteers and the money goes to the upkeep of the historical building. Lots of...More