Loch Gur and Stone Circle (Bruff) Reviews
Newest Review: ... Age Lough Gur Shield (there is only a replica here as the main one is at the National Museum of Ireland). But there is also Stone Age Pottery and remains of a small village which was built back in Early Christian Times. You can wander up the hill past the houses and get a really good view of the lake, make sure itís not too wet though as itís quite slippery in the wet, and there are a couple of bits where you have to climb up a 2-3 foot high step to get to the next bit, obviously this ok going up but coming down itís a bit scary. There is also a short narrated slide show which is quite interesting and tells you the story of the local area... more
Customer Loch Gur and Stone Circle (Bruff) Reviews (1)
by - written on 05/10/07 (Very useful, 251 readings)
The next stop on my tour of Ireland is Lough Gur. This is about 21k south/southeast of Limerick, easy to get to on fairly decent roads, until you get near. Lough Gur is one of Irelandís most important archeological sites. There is a large number of monuments and also smaller sites to see. On the site of Lough Gur itself there is the Lough Gur visitors centre. Currently the opening hours are only May through to September 10am Ė 6pm. Entry is about 5 Euroís. The visitors centre in itself is quite small but has a few artefacts that have been found at Lough Gur, many of which were found when the main lake was drained slightly to a lake next to it thus ... Read the complete review
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