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Bunratty Castle and Folk Park Admission Ticket

Bunratty Castle and Folk Park Admission Ticket - Bunratty, Ireland
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Bunratty, Ireland

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$19.82

Bunratty Castle & Folk Park is a must on your itinerary to Ireland. This is your chance to experience a window on Ireland’s past and explore the acclaimed 15th century Bunratty Castle and the 19th century Bunratty Folk Park ... More info ›

Bunratty Castle & Folk Park is a must on your itinerary to Ireland. This is your chance to experience a window on Ireland’s past and explore the acclaimed 15th century Bunratty Castle and the 19th century Bunratty Folk Park. Bunratty Castle is the most complete and authentic medieval fortress in Ireland. Built in 1425 it was restored in 1954 to its former medieval splendor and now contains mainly 15th and 16th century furnishings, tapestries, and works of art which capture the mood of those times.

Enjoy the sights, sounds tastes, scents, of this enchanting place as you stroll from house to house or around the charming village street complete with school, post office, doctors house, hardware shop, printers and of course McNamara’s pub!

The gardens at Bunratty Folk Park have been restored to their former glory. The gardens are modeled on the original Regency period garden which supplied fruit, vegetables, and flowers to Bunratty House (built in 1804) and are refurbished in typical Victorian style. This is your opportunity to experience one of the great gardens of Ireland.

Browse the castle and marvel at the finest collection of medieval furniture in the country which brings to life a vital part of our Medieval past.  You can explore at your own leisure or join in a guided tour with our experienced guides. At night time the castle is the impressive setting for the medieval castle banquets which are held year round.

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Medieval Banquet at Bunratty Castle

Medieval Banquet at Bunratty Castle  - Bunratty, Ireland
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Duration: 2 hours 9 minutes
Location: Bunratty, Ireland

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$69.20

Experience a night of medieval activities at the Bunratty Castle in Ireland. Choose from either a 5:45pm or 8:45pm start time and prepare yourself for a 4-course feast that's fit for a king ... More info ›

Experience a night of medieval activities at the Bunratty Castle in Ireland. Choose from either a 5:45pm or 8:45pm start time and prepare yourself for a 4-course feast that's fit for a king. The evening lasts two and a half hours and is full of medieval themed wonders.

Join the Earl of Thomond for a glorious banquet at this majestic 15th century Bunratty Castle. The Earl’s Butler welcomes guests from the four corners of the world toasting an era of great Irish taste with excellent food, fine wine, and honey mead.

When you arrive at Bunratty Medieval Castle Banquet, a kilted piper plays a tune of welcome. You will ascend the Castle steps crossing over the drawbridge to the 'Bite of Friendship' offered by one of the Hostesses.

Upon entering the Great Hall resplendent with tapestries and furniture of the 16th Century, savor a goblet of Mead while mingling with the Ladies of the Castle. The Castle’s history is related followed by a medieval Madrigal. Witness the crowning of the Earl & Lady before descending to the Banquet Hall where bench seating, candle-lights, and long oak tables reflect the Banqueting style of the medieval era.

While partaking of a sumptuous four course dinner with fine wines, delight to the dulcet tones of the Ladies of the Castle accompanied by Irish Harp and Fiddle. The Butler seeks the Lords approval for all dishes brought before him. However, a scoundrel is revealed who must be brought before the Earl who decides his fate.

The 35-minute spectacle which follows dinner is a superb selection of Irish medieval and traditional songs and instrumental music. The entire evening lasts two and a half hours.

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Knappogue Castle Medieval Banquet

Knappogue Castle Medieval Banquet - Ennis, Ireland
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Ennis, Ireland

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$62.91

Knappogue Castle was restored by the Andrew's family who very kindly allowed Shannon Heritage to use the Castle as a second venue for the growing numbers of tourist who wished to attend a banquet. From the outset quality was the objective ... More info ›

Knappogue Castle was restored by the Andrew's family who very kindly allowed Shannon Heritage to use the Castle as a second venue for the growing numbers of tourist who wished to attend a banquet. From the outset quality was the objective. Professional producers, voice trainers and choreographers were employed and young Irish singers and musicians were trained to entertain to the highest standards.

You are greeted at the main door of the castle by the Earl’s Butler and the Ladies of the castle where you proceed to the Dalcassian Hall. Mingle with the Castle Entertainers and savour a goblet of mead (honey wine).

Enjoy music of the harp and fiddle followed by Medieval choral singing from the Ladies. The Earl’s Butler wittily recounts the history of the Castle finishing by explaining the ‘Rules of Chivalry’ practiced at Knappogue Castle and the dire consequences of breaching them! 

Menu:

Aperitif

Mead
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Smoked Irish Salmon with Cucumber and Dill Salad
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Tomato & Basil Soup
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Supreme of Chicken in a Veronique Sauce served with creamed potatoes and roasted root vegetables
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'Rastin' Apple & Cinnamon Cruch
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Coffee / Tea

Vegetarian Option:

Tomato and Buffalo mozzarella tartlet with red Onion
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Marmalade, garlic aioli

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Private Oyster Tour and Tasting with Locals by Flaggy Shore

Private Oyster Tour and Tasting with Locals by Flaggy Shore - New Quay, Ireland

Duration: 2 hours
Location: New Quay, Ireland

From USD
$26.00

Meet your host Gerry and/or his daughter Ciara at New Quay Pier and experience a genuine and entertaining introduction to the world of oysters. Learn how oysters are stored in their seawater tanks with continuous fresh seawater pumped from the ocean just outside their windows ... More info ›

Meet your host Gerry and/or his daughter Ciara at New Quay Pier and experience a genuine and entertaining introduction to the world of oysters. Learn how oysters are stored in their seawater tanks with continuous fresh seawater pumped from the ocean just outside their windows. Tour their facilities and hear about the history of their family business. Pick your own oysters and learn how to shuck them from a professional, before you enjoy them with your choice of condiments such as lemon, horseradish or Tabasco sauce. 

After your tour, feel free to take a few oysters and enjoy them as you walk along the wonderful, scenic Flaggy shore walkway located beside the facility. 

Please note: Gerry is flexible with timing so if you prefer another time, let him know when you make your booking. In the summer when the sun sets later, you are welcome to start your tour at 5pm and enjoy the sunset on Flaggy Shore after! 

Gerry together with his daughter Ciara run their family owned seafood and oyster trading company. A marine biologist by training, Gerry has worked in the seafood industry for many decades and is passionate about showing travelers how to grow and recognize high quality oysters, their primary seafood product. Gerry and his family are from New Quay, a rural village located on the south shore of Galway Bay in Ireland. It is located at the foothills of the Burren, a world renowned Geopark site with truly unique flora and fauna. This area is known for its clean grade A waters that have produced distinctive and delicious oysters and shellfish for centuries. The pristine water with nutrients fed by underground streams to the sea from the Burren provides nutrients that make these Flaggy shore oysters truly special.

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Enjoy an Award-Winning Goat Cheese Tasting and Goat Farm Tour in Ennistymon

Enjoy an Award-Winning Goat Cheese Tasting and Goat Farm Tour in Ennistymon - Ennistimon, Ireland

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Ennistimon, Ireland

From USD
$31.00

Meet your host at the St.Tola goat farm for a farm tour that includes a walk through the pastures, a presentation on cheese making and production, and a cheese tasting including a wine pairing! On the tour, you will walk amongst the goats (weather permitting) and learn about the different breeds as well as the history of the farm.

After your tour, you will visit the cheese making facilities and learn about the the process before going to the kitchen for a special cheese making demonstration ... More info ›

Meet your host at the St.Tola goat farm for a farm tour that includes a walk through the pastures, a presentation on cheese making and production, and a cheese tasting including a wine pairing! On the tour, you will walk amongst the goats (weather permitting) and learn about the different breeds as well as the history of the farm.

After your tour, you will visit the cheese making facilities and learn about the the process before going to the kitchen for a special cheese making demonstration. Your experience will end with a cheese tasting of the different varieties of goat cheese produced on the farm served with Irish crackers, local preserves and chutneys. You will learn all about the various flavors and textures of cheese and the best way to serve them. 

If you visit between February and the end of April, you will enjoy the spring kidding season and have the chance to feed the farm’s goats.

You will be visiting a family farm in the rural west of Ireland owned by your host Siobhan and her family  After a career as a teacher, Siobhan returned to her ancestral land after she realized how important it was for her to protect the land and community. The farm produces award-winning goat cheese that sells at local food outlets and also internationally - it is even sold at Neal’s Yard, the most well known specialist cheese shop in London! Feeding on local grass and herbs particular to the region, the goats produce a distinctive milk that yields a delicious, tangy cheese.

Your goat farm and cheese tasting experience will be led by Siobhan or Grainne, one of her trusted employees who has worked at the farm for ten years.

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