This attraction gives you great information about the island, there is so much information about the area and it is laid out in different sections in the old school house.
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This was a bad weather option for us but we were all pleased we went. A very strange mix of things from the islands past and for me the history of the trans Atlantic cable was the most interesting.
A sweet little centre in a lovely old village building with really interesting stuff to read - photos - well curated with different areas of interest and very friendly staff. Definitely worth an hour of your time to wander round.
This is the place to see and experience the heritage of Valentia Island. It is an old school house and it is a must see as it has a collection of artefacts from all across the island and from the different parts of island life...More
Ok, so I am biased and a local. but I hadn't been in a long time and there was lots of new things to see. As well as alot of the old exhibits, which I still find interesting. Lovely additions about 1916 and the transatlantic...More
This little island museum houses an amazing amount of information, historical items and photographs, mementos and character. Well worth the visit!
Lovely little heritage centre run by volunteers, stuffed full of fascinating history including all about the landing of the first cable across the Atlantic. Very interesting. Left the 15 and 12-year-old at the motorhome though as they would probably have just said it was boring....More
Small building containing a lot of relics describing the history of Valentia Island and the TRans-Atlantic Cable. We really enjoyed visiting and learning about the history of this place. IF you go to Valentia Island, please know that every single thing there is overblown and...More