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If you're visiting Buratty Castle you must take the time to stroll through the adjacent folk park. A very well done rendition of Irish small community history. My wife fell in love with the two Irish wolfhounds located in an enclosed area.
Such a fun atmosphere! After seeing the Blarney Castle empty it was awesome to see a castle furnished as it would have been during the time period. The Folk Park was just as fantastic. The shops were great and the food we had at the...More
We had the best time exploring this castle. It was quite a leg workout for day one of our trip to Ireland by the time you go up and down the North Tower and then the South Tower. Amazing how people lived in those castles!...More
I love this place. My second visit and being a McNamara this place is part of my history. This visit I bought our Irish friends to see 'My Castle' ;) and we had the medieval feast in the castle. They were very impressed with the...More
The Bunratty Castle Folk Park has everything you would expect of a reconstructed village of old Ireland. There are shops, cottages, pubs, work places, and the castle itself! It’s a lovely way to spend a day.
I already posted about the castle , but the Folk Park is nice. They show you how they do the thatching for the roofs of houses. Also, what I loved most was the O’Neill Pottery Shoppe, where I bought a necklace. Wish I had a...More
The castle is amazing and the actors/singers/waiters are marvellous in staying in character. Quibble: it’s billed as medieval but there were some serious anachronistic issues with music and dress! Pipe major was Scots not Irish! But the food was good and the audience loved it.
At nearly 17 Euros to get in here I was hoping for something awesome, and in all fairness it wasn't far off. There is so much to see here...from the castle itself with its many intricate passages and rooms...fantastic views from the turrets and a...More