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Irish Fly Fishing And Game Shooting Museumu

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Cliffs of Moher Private Day Tour - A Little Gem Experience (Prices per group)
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Cliffs of Moher Private Day Tour - A Little Gem Experience (Prices per group)

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Little Gem Tours specialise in creating unique, private experiences of Ireland. Our Cliffs of Moher & Burren tour takes in the main highlights along with off the beaten path travel along the journey. From the majestic Cliffs of Moher to the hidden gems such as Rock of Dunamase or Corcmore Abbey this private day tour takes you to the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way.
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CRRG_Dublin wrote a review Jul 2017
Dublin, Ireland120 contributions48 helpful votes
A surprising amount of antiquities on display. From old fishing reels, to fishing flies and lures, stuffed animals and birds, old photographs and books, traps, and more!!! The proprietor is obviously passionate and dedicated to keeping a record of times gone by and especially anything related to fishing and hunting in Ireland. Really nice, friendly man who took our group around all the various rooms and explained the exhibits. Well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Steven C wrote a review Sep 2014
Twin Falls, Idaho3 contributions6 helpful votes
It is out of the way, but if you are in the area it is worth it. If you are are a sportsman plan a couple hours becuase you will want to swap storys and will have a lot of questions. If you are not a sportsman it is still worth the trip but you would only need a hour or so. there is a lot of history crammed in that building.
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Date of experience: June 2014
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keepriding555 wrote a review Jan 2014
Calgary, Canada2 contributions3 helpful votes
Well worth the trip. A delightful assembly of fascinating artifacts displayed with care and love. The taxidermy collection is charmed and contains some very rare and historical examples of both the art and species. This is a regional museum that is an example of just how thoughtfully a collection can be displayed and shared. Allow at least two to three hours to meander through the collections. Any trip to Ireland would be enhanced by this comprehensive look back through the sporting history of the irish.
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Date of experience: January 2014
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patrick B R wrote a review Mar 2013
Calgary, Canada1 contribution3 helpful votes
ive been to this museum twice over the last few years and was extremely impressed on my last visit. The owner/curator Mr Walter Phelan has done a tremendous job adding numerous new objects and categories that are well worth viewing. He has added quite a few rare and intriguing items that would be lost without the obvious appreciation that Walter has for this valuable collection. Anyone who has a passion for Angling and Hunting artefacts will find this museum a goldmine of bits and pieces relating to hundreds of years of our outdoor activities! Its a must see attraction that will give everyone an insight into how and what our forefathers used in pursuit of Fish and Game. There is also a collection of rare Bird Taxidermy and African big Game mounts!
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Date of experience: June 2012
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JohnF2011 wrote a review Feb 2013
Dublin, Ireland12 contributions15 helpful votes
. Great place. Great host. Even to a non fisher or hunter like me I found this museum in a country house fascinating. The highlight is a reconstructed boat house, totally underground, containing a punt with a duck gun mounted in it. Ptarmagen, grouse, pheasant and capricelle all mounted in a deadly magnificence beloved of our Victorian ancestors. Definitely worth a visit and pencil in a couple of hours at least. You will not be disappointed.
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Date of experience: October 2012
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