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Firstly, I would have given this 0 ‘stars’ however, that is not an option. This is one of the most disgusting and unorganised places I have ever been in my whole life, and I’m writing this to prevent anyone else from wasting their time like...More
We happened upon this fantastic place and had the loveliest time. It’s such a cool collection of objects but the people make it. We had great chats with a young rising star showjumper in the cafe and the wonderfully welcoming German lady and Master Blacksmith...More
We decided to call in here on our way to another venue as we are equine influenced. I have a feeling the main source of business is riding trips and lessons as the place looks well set up for it. As a museum it is...More
We visited the horse museum on a rainy day with a view to booking some riding sessions.
The cost of the museum was €5, which initially seemed reasonable. The whole place needs a good clean and a serious rethink of content.
The grounds although in...More
Disregarding the terrible reviews I enjoyed my visit. I had no preconceived idea of what to expect. It is not a wonderful beautiful modern interactive museum. It is a working farm with a wealth of information to share. We met Willie the great horseman terms...More
We were a group of 8 experienced riders and we had a blast riding with Willie out on the cross country course. We had a large range of abilities and Willie was able to accommodate the needs of the group! We had 3 sessions on...More
The Collection includes a range of exhibits both functional and connected with horses. with a very good good veterinary section . Worth a visit by anybody with an interest in horses ,
Stephen Quinns Metal workshop, part of the museum buildings , is excellent and...More