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Our experience on the Hill of Uisneach was truly the best experience we had in Ireland. Justin, the archeologist, led the tour and was able to share stories and his vast knowledge of this ancient land. His love of the land was an absolute delight....More
We were hoping to walk to the ancient monument, however we were advised when there you could only access it via a tour and this was estimated 2-3 hours, and was approximately 12 euros per person. Seemed a shame that with a historic site there...More
Even though I am from Ireland, I was unaware of the existence of this attraction. On the recommendation of an American tourist I decided to pay a visit. This certainly is one of the must see locations in Ireland. Our guide was both informative and...More
Had a wonderful experience at the hill of uisneach today with our 9 and 4 year olds. Justin the archaeologist ably assisted by Jack guided us around this hidden gem of an ancient settlement and royal seat. And the freshly brewed coffee at the finish...More
I had never heard of Uisneach before we came to Ireland even though for an American I am fixated on Celtic mythology. But this whole tour blew me away.
We didn't have our regular guide take us. Rather he handed us off to Michael (I...More
Mythology attached to double ring fort and the site specific geology. This was not the reason I was on this tour but we had a great guide. I became interested as I listened to his stories. I was pleased we had visited the site.
As a family group of 10 people, ranging in age from 5years old to 80 years, we visited this hidden gem , the mythological center of Ireland, yesterday and we were not disappointed.
We had a wonderful tour guide, Justin, ably assisted by Jack, who...More