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Alot of interesting things in here. The outside exhibition of the trenches is excellent. Very reasonably priced 6 euros per adult, 4 euros OAP & a family rate 2 adults & 2 children 14 euros. A good half day needed for visit.
Great place to explore the history of the Co Cavan and Ireland.Trenches are very well done with audio guide. All of a sudden history become very real. Kids love it. lovely park is on the site. Playground is right beside it. Easy to get there....More
What an unexpected little treasure this place is! The WW1 trench with its pictures and soundtrack, the 1916 replica of the GPO, the costumes, the items from life in the distant and recent past - this place is fantastic. Well organised, displayed and maintained. The...More
Make sure you visit Cavan County Museum, it's one of those gems that you might discover by accident but won't forget in a hurry. The WW1 Trench experience is fantastic and well worth making a trek for. For those who can appreciate it, it's a...More
We were advised by our hotel receptionist Michelle in Cavan Crystal Hotel to visit. We were so happy she told us to go. We arrived at 10.30 and didn’t leave until after 3. It was a lovely crisp Autumn 🍂 day and the lady advised...More
To quickly grasp and understand Cavan's history, the museum is an excellent choice. The displays are visuals coupled with text panels that easily explain what is presented. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The WWI trench exhibit was very realistic and the outdoor panels...More
We were recommended to visit here as we were staying in Virginia for a few days..we had a lovely visit and 2 hours was not enough time for us to see everything so we will be heading back again next time we're in the area....More
The Museum is worth a visit for anyone with an interest in World War 1. The 1916 GPO reconstruction is very informative. Exhibits in main building worthwhile for schools and also to show what life was like in Ireland.