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Bunratty Castle & Folk Park
- Duration: 2h 30mins
- Kids will love the magical fairy village, right in the heart of the Folk Park
- Walk through Bunratty Folk Park and see Irish life in action from a century ago
- See the School, Doctor’s house, Pawnbrokers, Pub, Drapery, Printworks, Grocery, Hardware shop, Pottery, and a Post Office
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