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The Giant’s Causeway Clifftop Experience is a fantastic 5-mile hike from the ruin of Dunseverick Castle to Northern Ireland’s first World Heritage Site, the Giant’s Causeway. Walkers will pick their steps along undulating, grass and gravel paths and are rewarded with a bird’s eye view of Ireland’s famed coastline. Participants meet their walking guide at the Visitor Centre for the Rambler bus to the start at Dunseverick Castle. The walk returns along the cliff tops to the Giant's Causeway. Daily at 12.30hrs from Saturday, June 18 until Sunday, October 4, 2016. Rates and pre-booking details on website.



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January 1 - December 31 2017

Revolution in Galway, 1913-1923 - at the Galway Museum

Location: Galway City

Revolution in Galway, 1913-1923 - at the Galway Museum

Revolution in Galway, 1913-1923 is an exhibition which looks at the involvement of between 500 and 700 Volunteers alongside 50 members of Cumann na mBan in Galway during Easter Week 1916 - a Rising that would change the course of Irish history. Among the objects displayed is a the Piper's Hat worn by Éamonn Ceannt in Rome in 1908 and a wooden chess piece carved by Liam Mellows while prisoner in 1922. Visitors can also enjoy short silent footage from the period, a touch screen interactive with further information on Galway people, places and memories and a reading of the Proclamation by Galwegians. 

Event Details: www.GalwayCityMuseum.ie

January 1 - December 31 2017

Christ Church Cathedral Events

Location: Christchurch Place, Dublin 8

Christ Church Cathedral Events

Christ Church Cathedral (founded c.1028) is the spiritual heart of Dublin City, and one of Ireland's top visitor attractions. It is also a wonderful events venue with a year-round progamme of events, including concerts, lectures, workshops and the famous Christ Church Cathedral Choir. It's an ever-changing programme, so well worth visiting their website frequently.

Event Details: www.christchurchtickets.com/

February 18 - February 18 2017

Cracking the Code: The Genetics of Superheroes at Titanic Belfast

Location: Titanic Belfast, 1 Olympic Way, Belfast

Cracking the Code: The Genetics of Superheroes at Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast is one of the major venues for the Northern Ireland 2017 Science Festival. As part of the festival, TV presenter and scientist, Simon Watt, is returning to Titanic Belfast bringing his ‘Cracking The Code: The Genetics of Superheroes’ Roadshow!

Comic books are filled with mutants; heroes and villains alike, from Wolverine to Magneto, whose special abilities are genetic in their origin. Simon looks into what are real mutants like, looking at topics including genetics, mutation, DNA, and mRNA and poses the question, could we one day use genetics to make us superhuman?  Perfect for families who love science and superheroes!  Full details on website link below.

Event Details: www.TitanicBelfast.com

February 19 - February 26 2017

Exploring the Depths at Titanic Belfast

Location: Titanic Belfast, 1 Olympic Way, Belfast

Exploring the Depths at Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast is one of the major venues for the Northern Ireland 2017 Science Festival. ‘Exploring the Depths’ allows you to dive deep into the ocean to uncover hidden shipwrecks and discover the world of modern ocean exploration. Taking place in the Ocean Exploration Centre, part of the 9 galleries at Titanic Belfast, this unique setting provides an engaging and interactive learning environment.

Discover the zones of the ocean along with some of the specialised creatures that live there; get up close and personal with actual ocean exploration technology; fly through the underwater landscape off the North coast of Ireland using Titanic Belfast’s unique simulated environment to uncover shipwrecks and our extraordinary hidden landscapes and investigate some marine samples using a high definition video microscope. The event takes place on Sunday, February 19 and Sunday, February 26 (10:00 - 11:00). See full detila on website link below.

Event Details: www.TitanicBelfast.com

March 10 - March 10 2017

A Taste of Portumna (and Festival of Bees)

Location: Portumna, Co. Galway

A Taste of Portumna (and Festival of Bees)

The Irish Workhouse Centre Portumna, in partnership with Galway County Council, is hosting ‘A Taste of Portumna’ Day on March 10, 2017, from 11:00 to 17:00.  Local food producers will be exhibiting and sharing their produce on the day.

In addition, part of the event will be a ‘Festival of Bees’ involving the Folklore of Bees in their Bio-diversity; with a focus on highlighting their importance to local food. The event will coincide with the launch of the new biodiversity ‘Bee area’ in the Historic Irish Workhouse Centre. There will be family activities throughout the day.

For more information, contact Steve Dolan or Mary Healy on 0909 759200 or via email at info@irishworkhousecentre.ie or see the website

Event Details: www.irishworkhousecentre.ie

March 16 - March 19 2017

St. Patrick's Festival at the Guinness Storehouse

Location: The Guinness Storehouse, St. James's Gate, Dublin 8.

St. Patrick's Festival at the Guinness Storehouse

What better way to celebrate this St. Patrick’s Festival weekend than some great entertainment at the Home of Guinness, not forgetting a pint of the black stuff. Some of the entertainment rustled up for you this year include visiting marching bands on St. Patrick’s Day, performances by popular local Dublin-based musical groups, musical surprises and Ceilí dancers. Your taste buds will be tempted with complimentary tastings of Guinness infused food along with samplings of the different Guinness variants. Learn how to pour the perfect pint at the Guinness Academy, or have one poured for you at the Gravity Bar. There will also be sample sessions for you to try some Guinness brews. Make your way to the Guinness Storehouse, where Guinness was first brewed in 1759. The 4-day festival programme and timings are subject to change, see their website for details.

Event Details: www.guinness-storehouse.com

May 19 - May 23 2017

Cliffs of Moher Seabirds Festival

Location: Liscannor, Co. Clare

Cliffs of Moher Seabirds Festival

The third Cliffs of Moher Seabirds festival - a family friendly series of activities and events celebrating the presence of our feathered friends. Over 60,000 seabirds can be seen at the Cliffs of Moher during the breeding season including Puffins, Guillemots, Razorbills, Kittiwakes and Fulmars nesting at different levels of the cliffs. There is nowhere else on the mainland of Ireland where you can so easily see such a host of nesting seabirds from accessible viewing points.

Event Details: www.CliffsOfMoher.ie

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