The Irish Agricultural Museum calls itself one of Ireland"s best kept secrets but hopefully, the secret is out, as it is definitely well worth a visit. There is something to interest everyone of all age groups and we particularly enjoyed the exhibition of restored farm machinery and The Great Famine Exhibition. The Peacock Tearoom is a great place for a nice snack and a cuppa after the museum visit and it is very easy to spend a couple of hours looking around this fascinating collection
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