Colleges, Universities And Societies
The Rathcroghan landscape is perfectly suited to address a broad range of third level disciplines in the humanities. Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses and Heritage Groups and College Societies in History, Archaeology, Anthropology and Celtic Studies can benefit from the wealth of archaeological remains and story literature surrounding the UNESCO nominated Rathcroghan archaeological landscape.
Be guided through our award-winning museum and interpretive rooms by an experienced archaeologist before embarking on a custom built guided sites tour of Rathcroghan.
Should you wish to delve deeper into Roscommon’s uniquely preserved archaeological heritage as part of your trip, why not also include Roscommon Castle, Roscommon Abbey, Rindoon Castle and Medieval Settlement, Lough Key and Clonmacnoise.
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Group tour rate 10+): €4 pp interpretive room, €8 pp for sites tour, €10 pp for both
Group tour rate 20+): €4 pp interpretive room, €6 pp for sites tour, €8 pp for both
- B S
The staff was super friendly and helpful; they come across as being very fond of their centre in a nice way. We didn't even have the time to do a guided tour of the complete site as we were just passing through, yet Elaine explained...More
Being from Louth I'm obviously team Cúchulainn 😁, but I have to concede that Rathcroghan is a fascinating place. Mike took me on a tour to the mouth of hell and back. He had a wealth of knowledge about the facts and the fiction of...More
Our tour guide Mike McCarthy took us to Rathcroghan Mound, and to the Oweynagat Cave of the Cats. His knowledge of history and mythology was mesmerizing. His kindness and encouragement was inspiring. Entering into the Cave with Mike was exhilarating! We all felt reborn when...More
- Blythe K
We drove out here from Westport on a rainy day and took the tour with Michael. Michael proved to be a great tour guide and great storyteller and we really enjoyed ourselves. I have read the Tain, but my parents knew nothing of the history...More
We drove for several hours to get to the centre, looking forward to a tour, only be told in an unfriendly manner “we don’t go out in this weather.” It wasn’t even raining - more like a gentle mist. They cited health and safety concerns...More
- Ciara C
Really enjoyed this visit. Information is presented in a variety of videos and wall boards. Great artefacts on display. Nice focus on Queen Meabh and the Táin. Personal touch from the owner who talked us through some of the displays and was there to answer...More
I thoroughly enjoyed my few hours in the visitors centre in Tulsk and the Royal Site a few kilometres up the road at Rathcroghan. The visitors centre is staffed by wonderfully helpful and knowledgeable people, only too happy to talk to you about the site...More
- Steve B
I got up early the morning of May 9th and researched things to do in the area and thought it looked interesting. I love mythology, mixed with a bit of truth. We got in just a few minutes before 2. Mike was kind enough to...More
I was somewhat skeptical about stopping in and taking this tour. I WAS WRONG! Our tour guide, Michael was wonderful. He has so much knowledge of the area and Irish mythology and shares it in a most delightful way. He has a great way of...More