A very interesting museum, privately owned and created from A to Z by its owner, whose family lived on the site which is now the museum, in the family cottage, until the '80s. The amount of information available throughout the museum is absolutely impressive. It covers the famine of course, but also all sorts of aspects of Irish life and history. On arrival we were offered tea and biscuits in one of the cottages, then were given a tour of the museum by the owner. At the end of the tour you are free to go through the museum as you please, and there is so much information that you could spend hours reading everything. Of course, you don't have to spend hours, so it's all up to you! The staff was very friendly and welcoming. I definitely recommend it, and you can take this opportunity to walk on the beautiful sand beach and the dunes across from the museum.
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