Doagh famine village is so worth the effort of finding it! Its a bit of the beaten track, but once there its a real pandoras box of the unexpected. First thing you see on arrival is the spectacular scenery - you could just sit at look at it for hours - on entering the famine village you are greeted by a very chatty lady who very kindly explains your visit - cost 7 euro - this includes a cup of tea, coffee, traditonal irish weaten bread and a biscuit - then the tour guide takes you through a very informative and often funny talk of the village - then you are free to take your time and enjoy the village - there are lots of exhibits and although not five star craftmanship its all part of the experience! Its not a large place, but we spent a couple of hours there and could have spent longer.
Its a real Irish Experience , in fact a bit of a "Father Ted" experience, but one that you would do again.
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