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Jordan Kevin Magtaan
A good opportunity to catch a glimpse of rural Ireland in the past. It’s a good spot for a short, educational experience in Kerry. There’s a lot to learn here even if you grew up in Ireland. The entrance fee of €5 is worth it I think.
Personally feel that the €5 admission fee wasn't worth the bang for buck on this one. Interesting information in relation to the ways of living back then, just wasn't for me sadly. Loved the two Irish Wolf Hounds..definitely made the experience worthwhile
You sip the whiskey through the cream. Thanks John for stopping here and helping us learn a bit about the Irish history.
Fun little historical experience! We really enjoyed the wolf hounds Patrick and Brian :D
Love it! Authentic village, lot of cool things to see, very photogenic.
Very well laid out exhibition, gives you a real feel of what life was like in famine times.
An ideal stop and visit in any weather as you go around the Ring Of Kerry, the bog village is very well put together and plenty of things to see how people lived years ago in Ireland, Lovely food stop and even have yourself an Irish Coffee. 💯 #busmanpaddy
Bernadette o Sullivan
I loved the tour of the bog village seeing the old house s and the furniture and ornaments from time long go and how farming life was back years ago the staff there so nice would be great for a day trip plus you can eat and have a drink in Red Fox Inn
We were searching for a Guinness and we found a Pub called, “the Red Fox Inn", after a couple of beers, well... why not a fast tour inside this nearby museum? Really nice it worths our time before the next Guinness!
The Kerry Bog Village Museum is a great stop to learn more about the geography and the history of the residents. Can you handle smelling the Irish Peat Turf? This is a self-guided tour, so you'll have map to help guide.
Visited the Kerry Bog Village last week and it was interesting but am a little disappointed to say it wasn't what I was expecting. Was looking forward to seeing the bog ponies, which there were none and get to be able to pet the wolfhounds but they were locked in a pen. Maybe had we of visited in the summer we might have been greeted better.
This is a fantastic museum to stop at when doing the Ring Of Kerry, ideal for an hour to and hour and a half stop, well worth the entrance fee, has a very good atmosphere, great staff and the food in the attached inn is amazing, as is their drinks. If you ever want to know anything whilst there they will do their utmost to help you
Beautiful museum with great installations. We were so excited to see wolfhounds for the first time! They are beautiful and huge dogs! We also enjoyed watching horses up close. Definitely worth visiting!
Nicely done, worth the admission to check it out along with the horses. Of course, the best part is the Irish Coffee to get your day going!
Super cool place to stop by! The entry is €5 per person. My favorite was being able to feed the Irish Wolfhounds! But the whole museum was very interesting and it was fun to tour around! At the end you can even get a fabulous cup of irish coffee!! My only complaint was there was no hot water in the bathroom and the hand dryer wasn't working (I visited in december so I'm not sure if they shut it off during the off season).
Nice place to see however the kids were disappointed that there was no chicken at the chicken House, just the overall was kept untidy pot of use paints thrown under the gipsy caravan, used bottle of gas left beside the houses, cardboard box left on the old trap and so on. It s a pity.
A great stop ... it gets busy with coach tours but catch it early or in the afternoon and it is a fabulous taste/feel/sense of Ireland past.
Nice place lovely to see how we Irish lived years ago, unfortunately it could be kept in better condition
I learned a lot here about the history of Ireland, a great place to immerse your self into the lives of the Irish people.
A little attraction on the way to more popular places. Worth a look while you stretch your legs and grab a bit to eat.
The owner is a national treasure. He is a wealth of knowledge. A very worth while stop on anyone's journey.
Unfortunately I got too distracted by these handsome creatures to take in much else, but I'd rate the overall experience a ten and hopefully I'll bump into my two new friends sometime in the future 🐶🐶🐶
Interesting place. We stopped for short period of time but had a chance to walk thru the little village, see the dogs and try the Irish coffee. Worth the stop.
Interesting little place.
You can buy an Irish coffee ( or normal tea or coffee) & there is a small bar
Fascinating insight into the lives of people a couple of centries ago. Well worth a visit.
Liked the wolfhounds, interesting site. The Irish coffee discount was a bit of a tourist con.
One of the most interesting part of the ring of kerry + you can indulge in the real kerry tradional way of life while enjoying an Irish coffee, this just can't be missed
I'm in awe at those who lived and worked there. Thank you for preserving that time capsule.
Loved our visit here, a lovely look into our old ways and how our people lived, staff are so helpful and friendly, oh and a must is a book for sale there written on the famine Times and the Great hunger, and signed by the author, definitley worth a visit
Place is very touristy, but nice. Great views and history.
Voted best Irish coffee in Ireland, at Red Fox Inn!
Good value , lovely cottages giving an insight to how irish people living in famine Ireland.
Its interesting little village made as a museum, part of 19th century
Loved the experience Was exciting to see how small the houses of the past generations
Only accepts Euro as cash or credit cards. 5 euro per-person cover charge.
See previous note. Not all animals were there (no hens and pony off n the distance). Otherwise the cottages were very interesting.
Brilliant experience enjoyed very much
Impressive how the cottages are so well preserved which gives vistors a everlasting impression on how life was.
Quaint, neat little place, people couldn't have been nicer. One of my favorites!
This is one of the most fun stops on the ring of Kerry with a glass of Irish coffee & a chance to step back in time in the big village
Very interesting place. Love the dogs and you must try the Irish coffee
Beautiful Representation of an old Irish village that maintained itself with fuel from the Bogs for cooking & heating the homes.
Well worth a visit full of great history
Very professional owner great craic
Very interesting bog village tasty food
Drop in to the red fox inn for a delicious Irish coffee and then take a stroll to this museum.
Loads of nice photos opportunities.
Also,there are two very beautiful wolfhounds there.
Really nice to see the old cottages and machinery. Kids enjoyed it
A chance to look back in time and see how Irish people lived .
Look out for the wolfhounds
Lovely little spot. Really interesting and informative. Staff really lovely too
Steve Mills Comedian (MagicSteve!)
Perfect setting, brilliant pints, food and atmosphere, plus the museum itself is extraordinary, amazing place
Visited this place on a bus tour in early March. It is a collection of stone and thatch roof buildings that are furnished and outfitted as they would have been between1840-1890. The buildings are the real thing and are very interesting. There are tons of items from every day life of more than a century ago. Overall this is a well designed and set up museum representing Irish farm life before 1900. It also has Kerry bog ponies and Irish Wolfhounds. There is a great gift shop, restaurant, and bar. I would highly recommended stopping by if you are in this part of Ireland. It is inexpensive and well worth the small entry fee.
Great little tourist spot. Very clean. Its free in but you can and should make a donation. The place was very Clean and well set up for social distancing
Loved the tour, when we arrived they had beverages all lined up, looked very inviting but not complementary, enjoyed the tour you cud listen in or wander around, great bit of Irish history
Fantastic little spot. Plenty of interesting info
Nice but small place. Not much to see.
Great place to know about the history.
I thought "just another tour bus stop." Honestly I thought this stop, on St. Patty's tour bus (awesome bus tour), was one of the highlights of the tour, and something I certainly learned from. The whole village setup and staff was really interesting. Wolf hounds, the smell of peet smoldering, not to mention, legitimately the best Irish coffee I've ever had. That cream on top.. It's expensive, but so worth it!
Oh my bog! Unique preserved heritage site, from Phil McGillycuddy's stable dwelling to the lower labourer's cottage. I think I enjoyed the fact that there was minimal interpretation allowing your imagination to run wild and really feel like the Bog Man. No introduction that detailed the loves of the Bog Man, left me with a few questions unanswered.
Interested information into irish history
We stopped here as part of an organised coach trip and although some people think half an hour is enough I would rather have had longer so I could really be mentally taken back and experience the devastating effects the potato famine had on the people of Ireland all those years ago!! There are reconstructed cottages of all levels of people in society at the time. Very, very interesting and not to be rushed - definitely worth a visit.
It's a little amusement installation rather than a place of any historical value. They have this a bit creepy mannequins in made-authentic houses and a dummy of a horse in improvised field. Again, if you are in amusement parks and set-ups you might like it.
Nice the way houses are done and furnished, easy get around, bar n restaurant close by as were toilets, pity the dogs weren't out and about such gentle creatures as was shetland pony who just wanted petting, but over all a nice place to pass bit time
It is a small outdoor museum with exhibits about the Great Famine in Ireland. It was €5 to get in. It is a pretty small place and you can spend some time in there. I wouldn't feel bad if I had skipped it.
A great insight into how people lived in rural communities in Ireland
This jem of an attraction has many informative displays and buildings to explore. It's compact foot print makes for easy walking. A well stocked gift shop greets you as you leave as well as a coffee shop with offerings of Irish coffee as you depart.
Lovely to be able to go back in time.
Awesome place with a great history
Brilliant set up showcasing Irish History
Great place Lots of old history and irish wolfhound
Fantastic little stop along the Ring if Kerry loop. Great historical memories, live music, cute little gift shop and the biggest dogs you will ever see in the world!
Alan Ryan Hall
Large, well established country pub, great food, coffee. A very well stocked shop, which has an Irish themed gift section this includes a book section, lt has regular live music, book, poetry launches. The Red Fox is a center for lrish and visitors alike. It has a very interesting, historically accurate fully replete, lrish museum which is very interesting.
Gives you a great idea of what living was like in an Irish village circa 1850's. The addition of live animals like the gorgeous Irish wolfhounds and the sound effects upon entering the recreated cottages elevated the experience.
It is interessting to see, how it looks in the past
Margareth van Bemmelen
I have been in the museum before and it's recommendable specially for family's. Better than tablets and iPhones. Food and coffee is excellent in the Red Fox Inn.
It is possible to see the whole museum in less than half an hour. The visit is worth it though. The museum is very instructive and take us back in time.
It is great to know that the dogs are fine. My impression was wrong. Sorry. Thanks!!!
This was a very touristy stop on our touristy day bus tour. It is excellent for children to see and get an understanding of how people lived. We enjoyed our 45 minute tour stop.
Good but over priced
This depiction of a Bog village gives one an appreciation of how the people lived and the hardships endured by them. Their homes were so humble yet the china teacups stood in the cupboard.
Very interesting look at traditional Irish village life. The gift shop/bar made an outstanding Irish coffee!
Good insight into Irish history
Love this Place, service and Food is great
Best Irish coffee!! The cream on top is so great! Good stop for ALL the bus tours.
We have been in Ireland for almost a month. We have looked for books telling about the bogs. This was the first place we have been, to actually see how the peat bog was actually dug out, and Information about the peat bricks.
The museum is a decent little place to stop along the Ring of Kerry tour, but there's not really enough to make a separate trip of it.
A chance to explore at leasure what life was like 200 years ago in the turf bogs plus an opportunity to meet two of the largest breed.
Interesting exhibition about the way of life in the old days in Ireland. Very informative. And great quality souvenirs.
Well worth a visit.
Very well done re-creation of Famine Era dwellings. Plus a few non-reconstructed stoneAlso a gift store and sort of a petting zoo.
Loved the museum and hospitality of nearby restaurant which hooked us up with Irish/Bailey coffees.
Always made welcome here, love this place. Will hopefully be back in the new year
Fun stop to see the bog and the big wolfhounds.
Was difficult to find & a little too much like walking through a museum but the history was great and the people very friendly.
Conor O Brien
Start of the ring of Kerry I have been told by many tourist I bring here that they enjoyed the Bog village and the baileys and Irish coffee
Lovely visit to this spot. It makes you realise how lucky we are in the 21st century.
It's a fascinating way to learn the history of the area and see how they lived life in a little bog village.
Fantastic insight into life for peasants/workers of the land, in Ireland around 1840, the time of the potato famine and English attitudes to the Irish, enlightening!
Enjoyed the experience of old Ireland, lots if artifacts and a good photographic opportunity
John & Olive Think of everything ? Plenty Parking at the back of the Red Fox : A village to let us see what was done in our forefathers life’s
Cafe with a wide range of Food
Delicious Irish Coffee & Bailey's Coffee
Interesting place to visit and great beer in the pub when you've finished looking round
Alot to look learn and irish wolf hounds on property are sweethearts!! Amazing irish coffee too!
Authentic and interesting
Geared up for large coaches of tourists. Lots of information and reasonable exhibits. Not over priced either
Museum wasn't the greatest, but the Bailey's coffee and Irish coffee's were. The Irish wolfhounds were friendly and very large!
Just passed by looked good will visit on the way back just on the side of the road good parking
Nice little museum, cool depiction of life in Ireland in mid-19th century. Rather recommend.
Lovely clean and presentable and a very warm welcome and we had a lovely lunch and looked around the gift shop
Fantastic spot and you'll have to travel far to find a better Irish coffee
If you want to go back to the old time where big family were reared on very little highly recommended
It is easy to imagine how people lived back then. The Irish Coffee was excellent, if small in size.
Well worth a visit to experience Ireland's past .
Adam J. Griff, Ph.D.
Interesting but not too interesting. All the tour buses think it is worth the stop.
Very interesting place with lovely people
Easily overlooked. Great place to see how people lived in the 19th century. Watch out for the Irish wolfhounds...
Great little place and museum. Very interesting on how life was
This is a wonderful little village, but watch your head going in and out of the cabins if you're taller.
Worth a look and finding out what a very sat history the oppressed people of Ireland had to experience.
DEREK MC GONAGLE
Great place great people perfect stop and have an Irish coffee afterwards
A Bog! In Kerry! Could this be more Irish? Of course!... They serve the famous coffee.
A great attraction to show how life use to be in the past in Ireland!
Very interesting museum. Well laid out in old world style.
Not as interactive as it looks. Maybe mid May is not the time to come. Clean bathrooms.
Enjoyed walking around and the Irish wolf hounds were amazing and so friendly 🐺
The village shows what history is all about. Well worth the visit.
Absolutely an amazing place, takes you to a place you could never imagine.
Lovely village, such a pleasant man to greet us.
Good fun love it weldone
Service was very friendly, food nice and facilites clean. Very happy
Very interesting place surrounded by stunning scenery.
Great little look into old Irish cottage living.
Real Irish coffee!
Liam O DOWD
Great place well worth a visit look back to the old days
Great place! Great food and service here too!
Well, it was nice. Interesting in some point. But could be skipped without regrets
Kevin O Sullivan
A great place to see how people lived as of extream poverty forced to eke out an existence on small parcels of land
Nice tour, Irish wolfhounds, great example of early Ireland
A must visit for anyone touring the Famous Ring of Kerry.
Nice place 😍
Nice place to look around and enjoy the history their
Good value for money then again not much to see
Good and informative.
An interesting piece of Irish history. Loved it.
Interesting history. Irish coffee was really good.
Not to be missed.
I would recommend this place to anyone.
Warm welcome and reasonably priced light refreshments
Dave Yeates lreland Tour's
Family run..employing local people .great visit
Very nice place to visit in Ireland while vacationing
A great we'll come a great visit.
A fantastic place
Informative museum with two very lovely wolfhounds
Was nice to have a Irish Coffee in the pub
Informative ! A real look into the way of life in the 18th / 19th century
Fabulous Place To Learn About The History Of IRELAND 🇮🇪
Very informative open air museum.
Friendly staff but the food was just OK
So interesting would have liked longer there
Interesting and coffee available in the pub.
I go there with dad my cousin took photos of it.
Great Irish coffee
Great fun and a must when doing the Ring of Kerry
Good. Expensive gift items, Irish Coffees, restrooms.
Great place to visit. Very informative.
Andy Moss CISSP
Informative but could do with a bit of a tidy
Great open museum about the Irish Famine
Cheep and interesting. Irish coffee after great.
Wonderful... best Irish coffee too
Was very good
wonderful Irish coffee here! :)
Lovely food and atmosphere.
Very interesting place. Thanks
Great Irish coffee served here
Nice stop off for an Irish coffee.
Well worth a visit.
Very interesting. Worth a visit.
Like stepping back in time ! Loved it
Cute little village of how life was like before
Found my last name 😁
Very small but nice.
Little countryside museum
Had the best bogs in all the lands
You have to visit this little place with it's old cottages.
Very interesting. Will go again
Lovely Food in a super place
very good, educational irish histroy
Great scones, wonderful time!
Lovely historic place.
Great place. Woth visiting
Lovely historic site
Very intresting ,highly recomended
Nice experience looking back in time.
Delightful. Worth that stop and visit.
Great place to visit.
Your bus needs to allow more time.
True history of poor Ireland.
Peter C Grew
Very interesting, historical
Great place staff are great 😁👍
Always worth a visit
Interesting mini Museum
Best stop on the Ring!!
It's a bog village.
Cedric A Cunningham
Amazing and informative!!
Well worth a visit
Great place to visit
Well worth a visit
Must see spot!
So worthwhile. Got to see the real thatched roof cottages inside and outside as well as the animals. Loved it.
Simple but intriguing
Was very moved by the experience
una o reilly
Lovely and interesting
Best Irish Coffee and beautiful wolf hounds!! Highlight of my trip to Ireland
Take a stroll through it
Love the puppers!
Brings back memories
Good indication of the past
Very friendly staff
Unbelievable place to see
Did not go in
Authentic and thorough.
kamal r behl
It was beautiful
This place is amazing!!!!
Loved it .
A must on the Ring of Kerry
Fran O Loughlin
A must see.
Ian Giles (Forest)
A most place to visit
Worth a visit
adriana di russo
(Translated) We stopped here during the "ring of Kerry". Village museum related to the life that was lived in rural Ireland a hundred years ago. Beautiful reconstruction of the rooms, good collection of original period tools. Explanatory panels also with films. Admission for 5 euros, less than 6 euros for the Irish coffee that you can buy at the nearby souvenir store.
Ci siamo fermati qui durante il "ring of Kerry". Villaggio museo relativo alla vita che si viveva nell'Irlanda rurale un centinaio di anni fa. Bella ricostruzione degli ambienti, buona collezione di attrezzi originali d'epoca. Pannelli esplicativi anche con filmati. Ingresso a 5 euro, meno che i 6 euro per l'irish coffee che si può acquistare al vicino souvenir store.
(Translated) Was ok but doesn't have to be.
It creates jobs and the small houses illustrate life at that time.
Otherwise a lot of people and expensive souvenirs.
War o.k.muß aber nicht unbedingt sein.
Es werden Arbeitsplätze dadurch geschaffen und die kleinen Häuser veranschaulichen das Leben zu dieser Zeit.
Ansonsten viele Menschen und teure Souvenire.
(Translated) Very interesting and especially suitable for children. Admission costs about 5 €, but this justifies the exhibition.
Sehr interessant und vor allem für Kinder geeignet. Eintritt kostet ca. 5€, was aber die Ausstellung gerechtfertigt.
(Translated) Good reconstruction of the environments and the idea of the route. But in my opinion it is not the best part
Buona la ricostruzione degli ambienti e l'idea del percorso. Ma non è a mio avviso la parte migliore
(Translated) Small but interesting, it restores the farmhouse life of Ireland's once rural countryside.
(Translated) Typical small village, where you can see the houses of the people of the countryside in past centuries. It is very enriching.
Typique petit village, où l'on vois les maisons des gens de la campagne aux siècles passés. C'est très enrichissant.
(Translated) Nice to look at from the outside. I made a sketch outside (see photo).
The inside was packed, queues in front of the toilet, Irish coffee with whiskey churning out, queue here too. Very touristy, not exactly cheap.
Hübsch anzusehen von außen. Ich machte eine Skizze außen (siehe Foto).
Innen gerammelt voll, Schlangen vor dem WC, Irish Coffee Angebot mit Whisky am laufenden Band, auch hier Schlange. Sehr touristisch, nicht gerade billig.
(Translated) Where does the Irishman come from, a village from the penultimate century clarifies ... Simple but superfluous
Wo kommt der Ire her, ein Dorf aus dem vorletzten Jahrhundert klärt auf ... Einffach aber saugut
(Translated) Good setting of an Irish village in a difficult time in Ireland and all of Europe.
Buena ambientación de una aldea irlandesa en una época difícil en Irlanda y toda Europa.
(Translated) Place of life where the reconstitution of "cottages" is perfectly represented.
The conditions of life and work are reconstructed with precision and details.
Lieu de vie où la reconstitution des "cottages" est parfaitement représentée.
Les conditions de vie et de travail sont reconstituées avec précision et force détails.
(Translated) Nicely done open-air museum. What surprised me the most was that they also have a Czech printed guide. Great!
Pěkně udělaný skanzen. Co mě nejvice překvapilo, že mají i českého tištěného průvodce. Super!
(Translated) Nice place that gives you a good idea of how it used to be.
Leuke plek die je een goed idee geeft hoe het vroeger was.
(Translated) Great open air museum. Here you feel transported back a few hundred years. Very nicely rebuilt. Although the poverty of that time is recognizable every house has its charm and one would like to stay here. One of the offered tours should definitely be enjoyed for a better insight into the former village community. Much indeed needs explanation. The old craft and the living situation is unique. This is a living museum.
Tolles Freilicht Museum. Hier fühlt man sich gleich ein paar hundert Jahre zurück versetzt. Sehr schön nachgebaut. Obwohl die Armut von damals erkennbar ist hat jedes Haus liegt seinen Charme und man möchte hier verweilen. Eine der angebotenen Führungen sollte unbedingt genossen werden um einen besseren Einblick in die früheren Dorfgemeinschaft. Vieles bedarf tatsächlich der Erklärung. Das alte Handwerk und die Wohnsituation ist einmalig. Das ist ein lebendiges Museum.
(Translated) Well restored small village with interesting panels to understand the life of the Irish of yore. References to the great famine are inevitable. Simple but sincere setting and not too touristy. Also interesting is the explanation on the collection and use of peat that we have seen still current in some areas.
Piccolo villaggio ben restaurato con pannelli interessanti per capire la vita degli irlandesi di un tempo . Immancabili i riferimenti alla grande carestia . Ambientazione semplice ma sincera e non troppo turistica. Interessante anche la spiegazione sulla raccolta e l'uso della torba che abbiamo visto ancora attuale in alcune zone.
(Translated) Great place I recommend, nice pub its ok
Super lokal polecam, nice pub its ok
(Translated) Located on the Ring of Kerry. Very nice. The two Irish wolfhounds were not in good condition. Our tour guide had "negotiated" an amount of 15 euros - no bargain. I found the visit to Brendan the Shepherd much more exciting.
Liegt am Ring of Kerry. Ganz nett. Die zwei irischen Wolfshunde waren in keinem guten Zustand. Unser Reiseleiter hatte als Eintrittspreis einen Betrag von 15 Euro "ausgehandelt" - kein Schnäppchen. Den Besuch bei Brendan dem Schäfer fand ich viel spannender.
(Translated) Interesting, small surviving old settlement, a little bit of antiquity
Įdomi, nedidelė išlikusį sena gyvenvietė, įdomu truputis senoves
(Translated) Very vivid, very interesting
Sehr anschaulich, sehr interessant
(Translated) Beautiful and successful recreation of a traditional village, from the early twentieth century, with shops, pubs, etc ...
A lovely walk of about two hours.
Bonita y conseguida recreación de un pueblo tradicional, de principios del siglo XX, con tiendas, pubs, etc...
Un encantador paseo de unas dos horas.
(Translated) Here the living of the Irish in the 19th century is depicted in, among other things, the house of an average family, a farmhand, a blacksmith, etc. In the inn next door you can have something to eat.
Hier wordt het wonen van de Ieren in de 19e eeuw uitgebeeld in o.a. het huis van een doorsnee gezin, een boerenknecht, een smid enz. In de inn ernaast kun je iets nuttigen.
(Translated) It's a magical place. The castle, the village, the fairy forest. The beauty of nature finally everything is beautiful !!!
C'est un endroit magique. Le château, le village, la forêt des fées. La beauté de la nature enfin tout est beau!!!
(Translated) It was a short but great 🚍 - round trip with a lot of beautiful impressions of Ireland and this place is also included.
Es war eine kurze aber tolle 🚍 - Rundreise mit sehr vielen schönen Eindrücken von Irland und dieser Ort gehört ebenfalls dazu .
(Translated) Small interesting museum with reconstruction of a small village.Visite very short. The animals are a little pitiful.
Petit musée intéressant avec reconstitution d'un petit village.Visite très courte. Les animaux font un peu pitié.
Fco Javier Martin Liceras
(Translated) A museum that teaches you how they lived a few years ago in rural Ireland, is not bad, very focused on tourism and consume.
Un museo que te enseña como vivían hace unos años en la Irlanda rural,no está mal ,muy enfocado al turismo y que consumas.
(Translated) A tourist trap at the beginning of the Ring of Kerry. Interesting, but not more.
Who makes the tour with children, should stop here.
Eine Touristenfalle am Beginn des Ring of Kerry. Interessant, aber mehr nicht.
Wer die Tour mit Kindern macht, sollte hier halten.
(Translated) Go back in time with this thatch and peat village, very interesting to visit just a little short.
Retour dans le passé avec ce village en chaume et tourbe ,très intéressant à visiter juste un peu court..
(Translated) Not particularly exciting. I wouldn't go back there. Low houses with poor furnishings.
Nicht besonders spannend. Ich würde nicht noch mal dorthin gehen. Niedrige Häuschen mit ärmlicher Ausstattung.
(Translated) Definitely worth seeing
(Translated) Absolutely worth seeing as you once lived in Ireland, if you had money
Absolut Sehenswert wie man früher in Irland gelebt hat, wenn man Geld hatte
(Translated) I loved the place full of history and the landscape around it is of great beauty
J'ai adoré l'endroit remplie d'histoire et le paysage qui l'entoure est d'une grande beauté
(Translated) Very nice but the price of the entrance is a bit high
Très joli mais le prix de l entrée est un peu élevé
(Translated) Not the best or interesting stop, but maybe interesting for children, but if dan the long journey is worth it you have to decide for yourself.
Nicht der beste oder interessante Stop, aber vielleicht für Kinder interessant, doch ob dan die weite Anfahrt lohnt muss man selber entscheiden.
(Translated) Village that reproduces a glimpse of the epoch in a quite plausible way, immersed in the greenery.Kept abbastanxa well
Villaggio che riproduce uno scorcio dell'epoca in modo abbastanza verosimile, immerso nel verde.Tenuto abbastanxa bene
(Translated) The small village to visit is nice, but the shops are very expensive ....
Le petit village à visiter, c'est gentillet, mais les boutiques sont hyper chers....
(Translated) Special place that gives a good picture of how life used to be.
Bijzondere plek die een goed beeld geeft over hoe het leven er vroeger aan toe ging.
(Translated) Designed with love, helping one's life in Ireland a hundred years ago helps
Mit viel Liebe gestaltet, hilft sich in das Leben vor hundert Jahren in Irland hinein zu versetzen
(Translated) A look at the past. I'm not sure our elders were not happier than today
Un regard sur le passé. Je ne suis pas sûr que nos aînés n'étaient pas plus heureux qu'aujourd'hui
(Translated) Here in the village you can see how people used to live.
Auch hier im Village kann man sehen, wie die Menschen früher gelebt haben.
Sergio “sergio” Xxx
(Translated) Interesting experience to consider with an entrance fee of 5 euros
Esperienza interessante da considerare con un costo entrata di 5 euro
(Translated) To see how the Irish people once lived, a unique museum to illustrate.
Um zu sehen wie die irische Bevölkerung einst gelebt hat, ein einzigartiges Museum um die zu veranschaulichen.
Relatively little content, temporally very mixed furnishings of the houses.
Relativ wenig Inhalt, zeitlich sehr durchmischte Einrichtung der Häuser.
(Translated) Small-scale open-air museum with Dutch brochure.
Kleinschalig openlucht museum met Nederlandse folder.
(Translated) An interesting dive into the Irish past. A varied eco museum
Plongée intéressante dans le passé irlandais. Un eco musée varié
(Translated) Take your time and just enjoy it, it is very nicely laid out.
Nimm dir Zeit und genieß es einfach, es ist sehr schön angelegt.
(Translated) Quite an authentic Irish tourist attraction. The Irish Cream is excellent.
אתר תיירות אירי די אותנטי. האייריש קרים מעולה.
(Translated) Faithful replica of an old Irish village. Insight into the living and working conditions of the villagers.
Originalgetreue Nachbildung eines alten irischen Dorfes. Einblick in die Lebens- und Arbeitsbedingungen der Dorfbewohner.
(Translated) A place that shows the life of Irish peasants
מקום המציג את חיי האיכרים האירים
(Translated) Good representation of how people lived here in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Gute Darstellung, wie die Menschen hier im 18.und 19. Jh. gelebt haben.
(Translated) Nice local museum. Identical, as it used to be.
Schönes Heimatmuseum. Identisch,so wie es früher einmal war.
(Translated) Interesting place, interesting exhibits
Ciekawe miejsce , interesujace eksponaty
(Translated) Very nice. where the culture of Ireland is shown
Sehr schön. wo die Kultur Irlands gezeigt wird
(Translated) A tourist highlight, packed, but still worth seeing
Eine Touristisches Highlight, brechend voll, aber trotzdem sehenswert
(Translated) Sight in Ireland. Old town with peat breaking and old houses and animals including
Sevärt i Irland. Gammal by med torvbrytning och gamla hus och djur bl.a.
Laïka Ecovip 112
(Translated) What a beautiful place. To have. And what IRISH coffee
Quelle bel endroit. A voir. Et quel IRISH coffee
(Translated) 7 - 8 Old typical Irish houses.
7 - 8 Παλιά τυπικά Ιρλανδέζικα σπίτια.
(Translated) Very good food and great views
Sehr gutes Essen und super Aussicht
(Translated) Very interesting. Worth seeing. Good in history
Sehr interessant. Sehenswert. Geschichtlich gut
Christophe D. (Chrys)
(Translated) The castle is nice and the village atypical
Le château est sympa et le village atypique
(Translated) small but very informative. Very nice home.
petit mais très instructif. très bon accueil.
(Translated) The place gives a view of the history of this land
Miejsce daje pogląd na historię tej ziemi
(Translated) Nice village of the past times of the farming world
Bel villaggio dei tempi passati del mondo contadino
(Translated) An interesting insight into rural life at the beginning of the last century.
Un interessante spaccato della vita rurale agli inizi del secolo scorso.
(Translated) A review and a glimpse into the past and in a poor, hard time for the population is made possible
Ein Rückblick und ein Einblick in die Vergangenheit sowie in einer arme, harte Zeit für die Bevölkerung wird ermöglicht
(Translated) Very cute and nice.
Molto carino e curato.
(Translated) Very touristy but not bad.
Molt turístic però no està malament.
(Translated) Worth seeing
(Translated) A place to see how the Celts lived
Ένα μέρος για να δεις πως ζούσαν οι Κέλτες
(Translated) Well a bit small, a little disappointed
Bon bah un peu petit, un peu déçu
Pere moreno pique
(Translated) Interesting museum of how they lived and worked.
Museo interesante de como vivían y trabajaban .
Miguel Angel Prieto
(Translated) Typical tourists Irish coffee € 6
Típico turistas el café irlandés 6€
(Translated) Faithfully reconstructs an Irish village
Ricostruisce fedelmente un villaggio irlandese
(Translated) Losing a loss to the bar you have to go straight away
Strata strata na myzem do baru od razu trzeba iść
(Translated) Very commercial, little interest.
Tres commercial, peu d'interet.
(Translated) Fun. Especially the irisch coffee ...
Leuk. Vooral de irisch coffee...
Josep L. Albarracin
(Translated) Popular museum that shows how life was in rural Ireland
Museo popular que muestra como era la vida diaria en la Irlanda rural