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
The tour guide we had was Daniel Curley and he was brilliant. He made sure to answer all of the questions we had and was very helpful to our little... read more
The museum is really excellent, there is a very interesting exhibition on the history of the site and the landscape. There are two films, one explains the archaeology of the... read more
Really interesting tour. Mike the guide was really enthusiastic and knowledgable. Fantastic value for money as tour lasted over 2 hours. Great way to break a drive west or to... read more
The site is incredibly brought to life by Mike's thorough and entertaining knowledge, incredible centre this place is of history and myth. Left with a sense of connection to the... read more
- Christa N
Standing on the site of such an important and pivotal place in Ireland's ancient history was a humbling experience. Add to that the incredible care taken by the knowledgeable ... read more
- Ann H
The visitors center here is built with nothing but what tourists can buy. However, the food and gift shop was quite good. It was a good place to relax after... read more
Visited this interpretive centre and site on the way back from Sligo. Very impressed with the centre - it is small but very well designed and has something for... read more
My husband, 3 and 5 year old visited Rathcroghan visitor centre last Saturday. We had a fantastic day there. The centre itself has a nicely sized museum with lots of... read more
Excellent tour with Mike our guide highly recommended went down into the cave of cats the birthplace of Halloween. Superb stories so well told managed to keep my 6 and... read more