Living History Tours Programme from 7th January – end of March 2015

Currently the actors are back in Tudor times with the Barber Surgeon sharpening his knives and airing his bandages. The Cook has some new Tudor treats.
In modern times the interactive screens in the Heritage Centre has historical information in 12 languages. The Writers’ Gallery has portraits and interactive screens with the work of forty –five writers and creative artists from Joyce to Bono and Beckett to Binchy and more!

The national schools programme will begin on January 26th. (10.00-11.45 each day) Living History Tours for general visitors will be available from 11.45 each day and all day at weekends from 11.00 to 17.00 hours. Bespoke Groups can still be facilitated by booking in advance.