Monthly Archives: April 2011

Ghosts of Malahide Castle – Myths & Legends

Ghosts of Malahide Castle Malahide Castle with its 800 year old family history is haunted with many unseen and unknown spirits and their presence is felt in every room.Many historic castles and houses have one ghost, some have two or … Continue reading

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Stories Myths and Legends

Stories Myths and Legends A short drive from Trim and we arrive at a fantastic village called Fore in Co Westmeath, here you will find the story of the Seven Wonders of Fore. Fore is the town of the springs … Continue reading

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Trim Castle – Ireland’s largest Anglo Norman Castle

Trim Castle Irelands largest Anglo Norman Castle was used for the Brave heart film location, this day tour should not be missed this is the most impressive Norman Castle in Ireland. On this day tour you will also be taken … Continue reading

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Four Courts – Dublin city buildings – Inns Quay Dublin 1

Four Courts              Inns Quay Dublin 1  Architect – Thomas Cooley (died 1784) then James Gandon Neoclassical style built 1776 – 1796 costing (£114,000) General introduction to Four Courts history; In 1775 it was deemed that the location of the old Four Courts, … Continue reading

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No 29 Georgian House Museum, Dublin Ireland

Georgian House Museum  also known as ‘ Nr. 29’  This house/museum is situated on Fitzwilliam Street Nr 29, close to Merrion Square. The name deriving from the original owner Viscount Fitzwilliam, who’s family owned most of the land in city and … Continue reading

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Saint Stephen’s Green Dublin Ireland – Dublin’s Georgian squares

St. Stephen’s Green is located in a central position in south-east Dublin and it’s probably Ireland’s best known public park situated in Europe’s most extensive square. It’s also the largest park in a Georgian square with its 22 acres (89.000 … Continue reading

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Short History – key dates of Dublin city Ireland

SHORT HISTORY OF DUBLIN  Join us today on one of our day tours in Dublin and its environs. Dublin City has a Coat of Arms that has been in use for more than 400 years featuring an image of 3 … Continue reading

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