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A large range of healthy, organic wholefoods. We are planet’s health first and foremost when choosing our high quality, natural, organic products,discounted bulk ordering system, great for people who are feeding a big family
The SuperNatural Food Market,
114-116 St. Andrew’s Resource Centre, Pearse Stree
What a nice way to spend time when you visit Dundalk. The Museum is just yards from St. Patrick's cathedral in the centre of the town. There is a very small admission charge well worth a visit many interesting things to see from the past
Carroll Centre, Roden Place , Jocelyn Street, Dund
The Titanic Belfast experience is the world's largest Titanic visitor museum based in Belfast northern Ireland.
1 Olympic Way, Queen's Road, Titanic Quarter, Belf
Step back in time at the Derryglad Folk & Heritage Museum. If you have an interest in the lifestyle of days gone bye the Museum is perfect place to start your journey.
Derryglad Folk & Heritage Museum Curraghboy, Athlo
A portion of the former Belfast and County Down Railway was restored 1985 and is now a working railway museum, incorporating the various aspects of Northern Ireland’s railway heritage. Spend an afternoon exploring everything around the station.
Downpatrick & County Down Railway
Market Street, DOWNPATRICK
Down BT30 6LZ
Athlone Castle Visitor Centre located on the banks of the Shannon in the heart of Ireland’s Ancient East. Experience an immersive journey through 5,000 years of history prepare to walk in the steps of monks, kings, soldiers and generals.
St Peter's Square, Athlone, County Westmea
Experience the Ulster American folk park an open-air museum with over 30 exhibit buildings. Explore, the museum witch tells the story of three centuries of Irish emigration using displays and stories.
Ha’penny Market Every Saturday in The Grand Social. Doors 12 till 5pm A weekly vintage & craft market in the heart of Dublin city. Over 20 stalls with local crafters, Irish designers, vintage collectors and more.
The Grand Social
35 Lower Liffey Street, Dublin 1
Every Saturday and Sunday from 10am-4pm in Marlay Park there is a wonderful selection of fresh foods from around the world as well as speciality foods, so you are sure to find something to suit your palate.
Craft Courtyard, Marley Park Rathfarnham Dublin