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Came across the Friary when strolling around. The friary has had some excellent sympathetic restoration done. Lots of interesting artefacts and relics in the Friary. The staff were full of knowledge and answered all questions that we had. It’s €5 admission but well worth a...More
Having flown into Shannon airport, the Ennis Friary was the first site we visited in Ireland and where we purchased our Heritage Cards. If you plan to visit several OPW (Office of Public Works) sites across Ireland, I heartily recommend purchasing the OPW Heritage Card....More
The Ennis Friary was one of our first stops in Ireland - admission was inexpensive. We did not have a staff member to provide a tour from start to finish but they did provide lots of information to us when we first arrived and pointed...More
The OPW has done another great job of preserving a historic site. We have been very pleased with all the locations we have visited. The guides are pleasant, informative and are proud of their locations; the Ennis Friary included.
Conveniently located near center of town. Staffed by enthusiastic and knowledgeable staff who when not too busy as when we were there gave us a personalized tour of this amazing 13th century partially restored friary with intact preserved stone carvings.