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Rathcroghan Centre
OPW approved Heritage and Community Centre, interpreting the Rathcroghan Celtic Royal Complex, Co. Roscommon.
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Rathcroghan Centre 22h
This coming Thursday 22nd November at 7.30pm, we will officially launch our collection of 35 Roscommon-provenance artefacts on loan from the National Museum of Ireland. We will be joined on the night by our...
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Rathcroghan Centre Nov 17
Won runner up in the Community Tourism Initiative at the Pride of Place Awards 2018. A massive thank you to all our patrons and supporters!
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Rathcroghan Centre Nov 17
Gearing up to attend the awards tonight in Cork City Hall! Tulsk Action Group/Rathcroghan Visitor Centre was nominated by Roscommon County Council in the Community Tourism Initiative category,...
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Rathcroghan Centre Nov 10
We are looking forward to the third instalment of our annual Winter Lecture Series at Rathcroghan Visitor Centre, where we will be inviting Dr. Deborah Hayden, NUI, Maynooth to speak on the brilliantly titled 'Myth...
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Rathcroghan Centre Nov 7
Our exhibition rooms will remain closed today as we finally receive our greatly anticipated loan of 36 artifacts all of Roscommon provenance.
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Rathcroghan Centre Nov 6
To our valued customers, please note that our Rathcroghan Visitor Centre exhibition will be closed to the public for the remainder of today 6/11/2018, and tomorrow 7/11/2018. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
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Rathcroghan Centre Nov 2
Don't forget to book your place for next week's Winter Lecture, provided by Dr. Elizabeth Gray, on the topic of 'Drinking Feasts in Medieval Gaelic Ireland', a very interesting topic indeed. Please note that spaces...
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Rathcroghan Centre Nov 2
To our café customers - Due to upgrading work in kitchen, Táin Cafe will close on Friday 2nd November And Remain Closed All Day Saturday 3rd November Reopen on Monday 5th November Apologies for any inconvenience caused
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Rathcroghan Centre Oct 31
We are delighted to post the experience of one of our brave Haunted Halloween tour participants, who partook of our exploration of Rathcroghan on the eve of Halloween. An exclusive experience, not to be missed in 2019! ...
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Rathcroghan Centre Oct 31
Don't forget the first of our Rathcroghan Winter Lecture Series talks will begin tomorrow at 7.30pm at the visitor centre, and we are in for a very interesting lecture delivered by Dr. Pádraig Lenihan of NUI,...
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Rathcroghan Centre Oct 24
The Rathcroghan Resource Community is a group set up in 2015 to create benefits for the range of communities who have a stake in the unique landscape of Rathcroghan. Today we have been informed...
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Rathcroghan Centre Oct 23
As we get ever closer to November, preparations are afoot for our annual Winter Lecture Series, which will begin this year on November 1st with a very insightful talk on an aspect of Irish history that is not often...
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Rathcroghan Centre Oct 22
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Rathcroghan Centre Oct 16
A sneak peek at the Rathcroghan Timeline, from the Stone Age to the present day, taken from 'Rathcroghan - The Guidebook' which contains entries on every aspect of Rathcroghan, from its archaeological and historical...
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Rathcroghan Centre Sep 24
We are delighted to have made the acquaintance of the Chinese ambassador to Ireland, Dr. Yue Xiaoyong, who graciously choose to visit us here at Rathcroghan, and we appreciate Minister Denis Naughten TD for...
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Rathcroghan Centre Sep 18
We are delighted to announce that our annual Queen Medb Conference will take place this year on 24th and 25th November. 'Rathcroghan Visitor Centre hosts its annual Queen Medb Winter Conference in the surrounds of the Ancient Royal...
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Rathcroghan Centre Sep 14
We regret that we are unable to run a scheduled site tour today, Friday 14th September. Our Exhibition Rooms are open as normal from 9am - 4.30pm and our Driving Route and Guidebook are available to purchase.
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Rathcroghan Centre Aug 27
Due to prior commitments, we will be unable to run a scheduled site tour today, Monday 27th August. Our Exhibition Rooms are open from 9am - 4.30pm as usual and our Driving Route Booklet is available to purchase at the Centre.
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Rathcroghan Centre Aug 24
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Rathcroghan Centre Aug 23
Offically the first copy of Rathcroghan The Guidebook to travel ✈🏖☀️
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