Remains of an Anglo-Norman Castle built in 1300AD the home of Richard de Burgo ‘the red earl of Ulster’.
Located in the beautiful enclave of the Bricklieve Mountains, this grouping of 22 cairns stretches west to the Keshcorran Mountain which is capped with a large cairn. These burial chambers date from 3800BC
CreevyKeel Court Tomb
This is one of the best examples of a court tomb in Ireland, consists of a long, trapeze shaped cairn enclosing an oval court. 4000BC makes it one of the worlds oldest monument
Drumcliff Church, Round tower and High Cross (Burial site also of WB Yeats)
This monastery was founded by St Colmcille in 574AD and the cross dates from about the 10th century… this site also boasts a cafe and interpretive centre which is a fun way of learning of the history of the region!
The ‘Hill of the Fairies’ as is known was used in the Disney Film ‘Darby O Gill and the Little People’ it is located near Tubbercurry on a spectacular limestone table-top plateau commanding a widespread view of the north Connaught plain. The scale of the site suggests it was a regional centre at the end of the Bronze Age – but more importantly it is home to the Fairies of the region, and is well respected and revered as such. On a wintry night you can almost hear the cry of the Banshee…
All these Historical monuments can be accessed by tour or by car just ask us when booking how we can help you or assist you in booking such a tour.