Irish National Heritage Park

Local nameIrish National Heritage Park

The Irish National Heritage Park is an open-air museum which tells the story of human settlement in Ireland from the Mesolithic period right up to the Norman Invasion in 1169. It has 16 reconstructed dwellings including a mesolithic camp, a neolithic farmstead, a portal dolmen, a cyst grave, stone circle, medieval ringfort, monastic site, crannóg and a Viking harbour. It opened in 1987 and opens 363 days of the year to the public.

Tags Cultural HeritagePrehistoricOpen-air MuseumWheelchair AccessibleArchaeological SiteNational ParkMuseum
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Opening hours

May-August: 9:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. (last Admission time 5 p.m.)

September-April 9.30 a.m. - 5.30 p.m. (due to daylight hours last admission time 3 p.m.)


Individual / Adult: €9
Family (2 adults + 3 Children Under 16 yrs): €24
Senior Citizen, Student: €7
Children 4 years and under Free
Child (5-12 yrs): €4
Child (13-16 yrs): €4.50

More information and contact


Official Website



Phone +353 53 9120733

Address R730, Y35 X313, Ireland

Coordinates 52°20'52.481" N -6°31'0.47" E

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