Saint Patrick Centre (Downpatrick) Reviews
Description:The centre is a new and exciting interpretative exhibition which tells the fascinating story of Ireland's Patron Saint. ... more
Newest Review: ... to realise that St Patrick was in the major league of Saints. Thomas Cahills book " How the Irish saved civilisation" does a brilliant job of telling his place in history, with the fall of the Roman Empire and along with it the knowledge and writings of era being lost. Only a Christian on a small Island on the edge of Europe could save that knowledge....St Patrick..& Co. This ... more
Customer Saint Patrick Centre (Downpatrick) Reviews (2)
by - written on 05/09/01, updated on 05/09/01 (Very useful, 66 readings)
The Saint Patrick Centre For once in Northern Ireland Saint Patrick seems to be getting the place he deserves, with Patrick being born in 5th Century surely it's about time!. This centre in Downpatrick CO Down does a wonderful job of informing and celebrating his life and the legacy he has left in the land of Ireland. When you have been round the centre you will start to realise that St Patrick was in the major league of Saints. Thomas Cahills book " How the Irish saved civilisation" does a brilliant job of telling his place in history, with the fall of the Roman Empire and along with it the knowledge and writings of era being lost. Only a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/08/01, updated on 28/08/01 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I recently had two American guests over with work, and part of my job is to provide some corporate entertainment. A friend told me about the new St. Patrick's Centre and so I decided to bring them to it on a Sunday morning. I was greeted by a very friendly member of staff, which left a great impression with my guests. The first part of the tour which was to show how different Ireland was to Rome, and I think that it confused my guests as it wasn't very clear what the point was. The rest of the tour which was a multimedia presentation was very well put together and impressed them (and therefore me), although I felt the centre ... Read the complete review
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