Things to see or do
- Opening hours: 9.00 – 18.00 daily. Some units operate on a seasonal basis.
- Admission prices: To Historic Exhibition: Adult: €4.50, Group Rate: €4, OAP’s/Student: €3.50. To Castle: Adult: €6, OAPS: €5, Students and Children: €5. Combined exhibit and Castle ticket: €8.
- Facilities: Quality craft shops to suit all tastes stocking an extensive range of Irish hand made crafts. Car and coach parking
- Disabled access: Toilets for the disabled available. Easy access and exit to building.
Adare Heritage CentreAdare Limerick - Ireland West
Adare, which has been home to the Earls of Dunraven (Quin family) for over three centuries is located on the Limerick to Tralee road, the N21. The Adare Heritage Centre allows you to step back in time through an informative historical exhibition, in the middle of this charming town with its many thatched houses. This reconstruction of Adare’s unique past, from the arrival of the Normans to the foundation of ancient abbeys in the Middle Ages, is also retold in five different languages. Adare Heritage Centre is home to a number of gift outlets, Adare Tourist Information Office, Adare Library and the seventy seater Dovecot Restaurant; savour some authentic Irish cuisine, from a hearty Irish breakfast to a light lunch in this casual bistro style restaurant. The Centre is open all year and welcomes large groups on their way to Kerry. Ring in advance to organise food for large groups.
ContactTelephone+353 (0)61 39 6666
Fax:+353 (0)61 39 6932
Address: Main Street, Adare, Co Limerick, Republic of Ireland