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Labbacallee wedge tomb is over 4,000 years old and for that reason is worth a visit. You must climb over a wall, so not ideal if you are not a little bit fit. Its an interesting landmark due to the history of it, but outside...More
An interesting site, on the side of a rather quiet back road. Good information presented at the site - would love to have more info regarding the heritage trail that this site forms part of in the local area.
If megaliths are your thing, this...More
We seriously got lost as the directions on Tripadvisor and asked directions from a local gentleman. It's not on the R512 it's on an off road at the sharp curb on the right and mile into it. Lovely structure I was definitely happy to be...More
The Hag's Bed would have been erected during the early Bronze Age around 1500 BC. This wedge shaped gallery grave is the finest of it's type in the country. It was excavated in 1934 and fragments of bone and pottery were found. The existence of...More
Labbacallee (the Hags Bed) is a marvel. A wonderful, seemingly untouched, Neolithic wedge tomb. To step over the stile and stand beside this wonder is to go back in time, to touch these stones is to touch prehistory.
Labbacallee has fascinated me to such a degree that I built a website about this early bronze wedge tomb....the largest in Ireland.Have a look at labbacallee.weebly.com
I teach and I brought all the children out to this special place where they put on two performances:...More
Interesting site to see. Small but intriguing. Unfortunately the site is in a dangerous place for parking. There is not actually a designated parking area except for a little space outside the site which will hold two vehicles at most. It is right on the...More