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Corlea Trackway Visitor Centre

Corlea Trackway Centre, Keenagh, Ireland
+353 43 332 2386
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great Irish history

amazing to learn all about one of the oldest roads in the world which is beautifully preserved... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Auckland Region, New Zealand
Extremely interesting indoor exhibit

The trackway is roughly 30m of timber track that was exposed and preserved by archeologists. The... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Canberra, Australia
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Corlea Trackway Centre, Keenagh, Ireland
+353 43 332 2386
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

amazing to learn all about one of the oldest roads in the world which is beautifully preserved. Hope one day we learn more about the people who built it and why. Great walk too in a working bog where the wildflowers were awesome

Thank AnaTheWhitehouse
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The trackway is roughly 30m of timber track that was exposed and preserved by archeologists. The outdoor walkway is currently closed to the public due to deterioration in the pathway we were told. So this is a good one indoors - good for a rainy...More

Thank ActRegular_traveller
Reviewed 22 June 2017 via mobile

Lovely place to visit. The guide Breda had loads of knowledge about the road and old Irish history. Very interesting.

Thank Lauralymag
Reviewed 8 June 2017

This Iron Age Bog Road is a must see for anyone interested in Irish history and landscape. The knowledge and enthusiasm of Breda, the curator is second to none. Highly recommended. Thanks to Breda and Fred too for a very warm welcome.

Thank mmc451
Reviewed 27 May 2017

Luckily we had been told by our friends in Dublin that this was a must see even though it was out of the way. To have found this timber trackway dating back to148 BC while a local company was digging in the bog for peat...More

Thank frankst
Reviewed 2 May 2017

This centre and it's curator are a hidden treasure. We arrived with a load of kids in early April, the centre was completely empty and it appeared from the visitors book that we may have been the only visitors for a few days. The interpretive...More

Thank David C
Reviewed 24 April 2017

This is a lovely place. A bit out of the way but when you get there you will find it very nice and very interesting. Bring a picnic as there is lovely table and chairs to have one out in the open

Thank Dermot15
Reviewed 22 April 2017 via mobile

After seeing this online we were so excited to go there for a nice walk with the dog. After arriving we were informed that dogs arent allowed at all and the place is more of an archeology site now than a walking path. We left...More

1  Thank globtr
Reviewed 26 September 2016 via mobile

The Corlea Trackway Visitor Center was a delightful surprise. I found it on the OPW Heritage Sites map and stopped on a whim. So glad I did. The Trackway and Center are fascinating on many levels: the bog location; the prehistoric builders; the Trackway itself;...More

Thank Knyte7
Reviewed 7 September 2016 via mobile

Hidden away in the peat bogs of Ireland is the visitor centre for this unique attraction. After watching a short film and a walk around the centre you get to see the trackway. Must say both the staff working there were very friendly and extremely...More

Thank Philip W
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