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Associated with the heritage site

Official Craggaunowen web page - One of Shannon Heritage attractions
Shannon Heritage - Management company of Craggaunowen
Shannon Development - Regional development agency and owners of Craggaunowen
Mogh Roith Living History group - Resident Living History group at Craggaunowen

Corlea Trackway Visitor Centre - interprets the Iron Age bog road that was built in 148 B.C. A section of it is found at Craggaunowen

Sites of Similar interest

Butser Ancient Farm - Iron Age Farm in Hampshire England
Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort - Reconstruction of an Iron Age Fort built next to the site of a real Fort and archaeological dig site
The Scotish Crannóg Centre - Visitor and Underwater Archaeological Research Centre for Lock Tay in Scotland
Irish National Heritage Park - A heritage park in Co. Wexford, akin to and originally modelled on Craggaunowen

Archaeological sites in the region

In East Clare
Quin Abbey - 15th Century Irish Franciscan Monastery built off an existing 13th Century Tower House
Dysert O’Dea Castle & The Clare Archaeology Centre - 15th century castle housing the Clare Archaeology Centre, surrounded by an Archaeology/History trail featuring 25 sites all within a few kilometres radius of the castle. Including Early Christian Church/Monastery, Romanesque Doorway, Remains of a Round Tower & The High Cross
Inis Cealtra - Holy Island - Remains of a island based monastic settlement showing occupation from the 7th to 13th Centuries

In the Burren
Caherconnell Strone Fort - One of Ireland's largest and best preserved Stone Forts situated in the Burren landscape
Cahercommaun Stone Fort - A promontory fort built on the edge of a cliff in the Burren
Cahermore Stone Fort - An other fine example of a Stone fort in the Burren
Poulnabrone Dolmen - One of the largest and most iconic Dolmen's known surrounded by the characteristic Burren limestone pavement
Poulwack Cairn - This grave monument dates back to between 2000 and 3000 B.C.

Other web sites of interest

Ireland's Hidden Gems - An insiders guide to the very best of what Ireland has to offer with direct and up to date information from the site owner herself. Susan Byron has visited all the sites listed on her page and gives a frank description of each with a quality over quantity approach to her selections. There's no Shamrocks or Shillelaghs in this ladies vision of Irish Heritage!

The Stone Pages - A fabulous web site originally based around one couples personal photographs of archaeological sites across Europe. The site has since grown in to an excellent archive, resource point and discussion forum for all things to do with Megaliths and stone monuments

Clare Live the Life - Discover the natural beauty that is Clare. For all that is good in Clare visit this all new Clare County Council promotional site.