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Step in the past at the Clonbrock Heritage Museum. The collection, gathered over a number of years, contains an array of vintage objects associated with farming, mining and other trades. It provides a fascinating glimpse into how our forefathers lived and worked.
The museum is ideal for all ages.
For the older visitor, it’s a nostalgic peek into the past or stroll down memory lane. Younger visitors can explore their rich heritage, a fascinating educational experience awaits.
An entrance fee applies.
Tours and groups welcome.
Please contact for further details.
Donaghmore Famine Workhouse Museum is a unique attraction in Co. Laois, Ireland and aims to tell the story of the families who lived and died within the Famine Workhouse walls before, during and after the Great Famine. The Museum uses guided and self-guided tours combined with various exibits to explain the socio-economic conditions which led to the establishment of this and other Workhouses.
Colourful and intriguing gardens with Woodland and Herbaceous planting. Designed and begun in 2009 by Hazel Luskin Glennon challenged by her husband, the late Brendan Glennon to design a garden of 0.6 of an acre with no lawns for him to mow, she has turned a Turnip field into a lovely garden.
The Irish Fly Fishing and Game Shooting Museum explores 300 years of hunting and fishing in Ireland. It is a treat for anyone interested in country life.
The Stradbally Steam Museum celebrates the steam engines that once ruled Ireland’s railways, built its roads and worked its farms.
The main focus of the Museum is to conserve and display original pieces of Mountmellick Work (Embroidery) and to protect the memory of Mountmellick’s rich Quaker industrial past.