Interpretation of the house included nothing related to the life of the displaced, starving Irish who lived on the land - the very reason I had gone there.
It was a long drive from Lahinch, Co. Clare where I was staying. Road signs were not good.
I think there should be one price instead of charging visitors separately for: house; garden and museum.
Truly I wouldn't have bothered going if I had known that the house was such a poor representation of life at that time for the Irish. There wasn't a single word about the Famine during our tour of the house.
Much of the famine information is available online or by purchasing some booklets, through one of the online stores
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