I loved this visit. Took me away back in time and the tour guide was brilliant. Give us a great indepths of what life was like back in the time of the famine. I just loved this place and cannot wait to take my friends.
Everyone was raving about this place so decided to give it a go. Checked on the website and it gave the opening hours but when we arrived a large sign declared "Closed for the Season". Obviously it does not open in January but it would have been useful if the website made this clear after a long drive! Not impressed!
I've brought my kids here about 10 times now and unfortunately this was our last as the youngest will be too old next year (his words). We brought Granny with us too as it was her birthday the following week. We arrived late but they were kind enough to invite us to the next sitting even though its normally booking... 更多
Absolute waste of money. I am sitting here still in shock. Feel so ripped off...... Because WE WERE !!!!!!! It was extremely cold, especially the room the show was done in. Primary school's put on far better shows. My child who is 21/2, got a gift from Santa, A Baby's Rattle For a 6months old child!!!! I thought Santa normally... 更多
Have to say I really enjoyed my time here. I really felt like I was back in the 1800 s and fair play to the family that runs this place they put on a brilliant display and had a great way of telling the story's of the past generation .we got an understanding of how life was back in the... 更多
the guide actually lived in the village back in the day he was amazing there is so much to do and to take in and real slice of history
Covered Irish history and a lot of politics in different sections. Was an eerie place to be but I loved the secret doors through the Irish political section which covered the IRA and the Toubles. The whole place was fascinating.
We went to the famine visit last week when on holiday in Donegal the place was so good the man showing us around was great and had so much information which was so interesting we were so delighted we had gone and would recommend it to everyone to visit
The Famine Village in Doage was well worth a visit. There was a very well informed guide to take everyone around & tell the stories down through the centuries, which made thwe visit all the more interesting.
Didn't really know what to expect but from the amazingly warm welcome from the girl in shop, to the tour by the best informed guide we have met we loved this place.