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I looked on the visit Ireland website and it said the opening hours , I drove about two hours to visit on a Sunday in august when you would have thought it being the height of the tourist season ,would have been a peak day...More
Nice museum with lots of original items. Learnt quite a bit. Well worth spending and hour or so. Nice heritage centre attached. A visit to De Valera"s cottage can be arranged as it is outside the village.
I truly thought I knew everything there was to know about this man but i was so wrong. You are taken back in time visually to his school days and early years of his life. Through set panels and audio visual along with many personal...More
It's a real hidden gem. Fantastic & enthusiastic curator Tracy Lenihan. Treated to a cup of tea at the end of the tour then brought us our to the house and opened it for us. The OPW has taken charge of the house but the...More
not an easy place to find. you can easy miss the Museum. is not sign posted. We only finded by look at a village map in the village. once there very good. one room to Devalera and another room as a small museum to Bruree.
Hidden gems in the historic village of Bruree. The museum in the old school house has a lot of memorabilia relating to the former President, Eamonn DeValera and a fine collection of local artefacts. All for €5 which includes a DVD presentation. The people running...More