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Guided tours of the ancient Celtic capital of Rathcroghan. An enigmatic landscape strewn with the burials of long forgotten Irish heroes and kings, home to queen Medb and the dwelling place of the Morrigan - goddess of battle. Rathcroghan has the...more
One of the best tours I've been on in a very long time, thanks to Mike our tour guide. His understanding of the area is second to none as he captivates your attention with its history and mythology. This site and its surrounding area has...More
The Rathcroghan complex is the extremely important in the history and archaeology of Ireland. The sites are huge, complex, and integral to the founding myths and epics of the country and people.
The sites are not sexy: they haven't been excavated and reconstructed, as some...More
Visitor centre really interesting, lovely cafe and but the highlight of the experience was the tour. Mike is one of the best, if not the best tour guide I have ever encountered and I have encountered many all over the world including Europe, India and...More
the whole experience was great. The visitor centre is very well done and our guide Mike had such an intimate knowledge of the whole area and the detail of the various sites. He is so passionate about the whole history of the area and patient...More
If you can't make this excellent tour, spend a wonderful hour in the Visitor Centre - Superb is the only work for Mike, our Guide. He obviously loves his job-he sells the story (did it twice within a short time and was as enthusiastic the...More
We arrived approximately 20 minutes late and Mike had started his tour. He was both patient and very informative. We have passed through Tulsk numerous times on the way up and down from Dublin and we have so much history on our doorstep and Mike...More
Our family of adults stopped by Rathcroaghan to explore the site on our way to a three day hike across County Mayo. It was the perfect start to our trip, and Daniel was a fun and expert guide, happy to answer our questions about the...More
I visited Rathcroaghan with my father a couple of weeks back. The site contains the remnants of a large, ancient ceremonial fort, dozens of burial mounds and an underground cave. The site is linked to the mythical Queen Medb of Connaught and the Cattle Raid...More