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Tourist Offices and Centres in Longford

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Bogwood Sculpture

Newtowncashel , Co. Longford, Ireland
Bogwood is found in Irish Bogs where it has been preserved for 5,000 years. From this, beautiful sculptures are created by artists Michael and Kevin Casey. Here at their workshop and studio the story of bogwood is told through video, photographs, charts
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Ballinamuck Visitors Centre

Ballinamuck, Co. Longford, Ireland, N39 Y7C1
In the historical former RIS Barracks you will find this lively exhibition giving details of the battle of Ballinamuck and 1798.
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Ardagh Heritage Centre

Ardagh, Longford Town, Co. Longford, Ireland
Ardagh Heritage Centre is located in an the old 1898 schoolhouse. The story of Ardagh is one of history, literature and storytelling and the exhibition in the centre draws on the rich fabric of Ardagh life down through the ages, including its association
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Newtowncashel Heritage Centre

Newtowncashel , Co. Longford, Ireland, N39 VW57
Traditional Irish Farmhouse with a parlor, kitchen and bedroom featuring furniture, tools, implements and utensils from the early 1930's. Also on display is machinery from the turn of the century.
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Corlea Trackway Visitors Centre

Corlea Trackway Visitors CentreKenagh, Co. Longford, Ireland, N39 XT18
The Centre interprets an Iron Age bog road which was built in the year 148 BC across the boglands close to the River Shannon. The oak road is the largest of its kind to have been uncovered in Europe and was excavated over the years by Professor Barry Raft
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