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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 Jul 15
A great new way to experience some of the great heritage treasures in Co. Roscommon. Why not climb on board the to find out more!
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Rathcroghan Centre Jul 12
Dear all, in order to facilitate staff training, the visitor centre and Táin Café will close today at 3pm. As a result, we will not be operating our 2pm tour today, and final entries into the café and visitor centre...
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Rathcroghan Centre Jun 28
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Rathcroghan Centre Jun 25
We were delighted to have welcomed the members of the 'Connacht Veteran and Vintage Motor Club' to Rathcroghan Mound on a beautiful sunny Summer Sunday for a really enjoyable expedition. Sincere thanks to all who...
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Rathcroghan Centre Jun 22
More coverage of this exciting project from Black Donkey Brewing, in association with our good selves, a unique brew is coming your way!
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Rathcroghan Centre Jun 21
We now have stock of the last four editions of the Emania journal, numbers 21, 22, 23 and the newly published 24. Number 24 contains an interesting article written by two of our guides, Mike and Daniel, and will also be for sale in our online shop very soon!
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Rathcroghan Centre Jun 17
Black Donkey Brewing’s new offering, with a wild yeast sourced from Oweynagat, Rathcroghan, is already making waves! We can’t wait to get our hands on this Savage beer!
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Rathcroghan Centre Jun 13
There is a very interesting workshop taking place locally tomorrow on local history research, well worth attending!
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Rathcroghan Centre Jun 9
Rathcroghan Visitor Centre is delighted to announce the impending launch of the Black Donkey Brewing company’s latest creation and the conclusion of their Wild Yeast Chase in Roscommon. The origin of Halloween is...
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Rathcroghan Centre Jun 7
With tomorrow afternoon promised showery, what better way to spend some time indoors then by attending the Irish launch of Thomas Finan’s excellent publication ‘Landscape and History on the...
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Rathcroghan Centre Jun 6
Very much looking forward to seeing Clonalis House feature on the next episode of RTÉ’s Lords and Ladles, will be a great insight into the famous O’Conors! Be sure to tune in.
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Rathcroghan Centre Jun 2
Here is an fantastic opportunity for those interested in rare breed sheep farming, particularly those in our own county with a wish to re-establishing the Roscommon sheep in its native county!
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Rathcroghan Centre Jun 1
We are delighted, and very humbled, to be recognised as a TripAdvisor Traveller's Choice for 2018, meaning that we are one...
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Rathcroghan Centre May 31
The valiant Felim O'Conor, 14th century king of Connacht, who tragically fell against the Anglo-Normans at the Battle of Athenry, 1316. A beautiful heroic portrait of Felim hangs in Clonalis House, Castlerea, the...
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Rathcroghan Centre May 29
We are delighted to be able to host the Irish book launch of the recently published 'Landscape and History on the Medieval Irish Frontier' on Friday 8th June at 5.30pm. This monograph, written by Thomas Finan,...
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Rathcroghan Centre May 29
RINDOON CASTLE AND DESERTED MEDIEVAL TOWN - A VISITOR'S GUIDE, BY KIERAN O'CONOR AND BRIAN SHANAHAN 'The town and castle of Rindoon were founded in 1227 as a royal Anglo-Norman borough and fortress on the sometimes...
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Rathcroghan Centre May 23
We have just gotten our hands on this fantastic new publication - Rindoon Castle and Deserted Medieval Town: A Visitor's Guide, By Kieran O'conor and Brian Shanahan, with some fine illustrations by Daniel...
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Rathcroghan Centre May 20
Paul Gosling, GMIT and Táin March member, hosting a Táin March hedge school in Longford, where he discusses such matters as our recently launched redesigned Táin Trail Map! Follow the Táin March Festival page to...
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Rathcroghan Centre May 18
A great post on the Táin March and the Táin more generally from Monumental Ireland - App, plus a sneak peak at our newly launched Táin Trail maps which will be available in Rathcroghan Visitor...
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Rathcroghan Centre May 11
Can’t wait to get our hands on the NEW Rindoon Castle Guidebook to sell in the Rathcroghan bookshop. The guidebook will be launched on 23rd May in Áras an Chontae at 6pm. See below for more information
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