Lough Gur is an archaeological gem of international significance. The site includes the remains of stone circles and standing stones, ancient burial chambers and Cairns. The exhibition within provides an overview of one of Ireland’s most important archaeological sites and is a 40 minute drive from Adare.
Not far from Adare lies Lough Gur. The Heritage Centre located by the lakefront in Lough Gur was fully refurbished and restored in 2013. The exhibition within provides an overview of one of Ireland’s most important archaeological sites. It is the only area in the country where you can see visible evidence of every age since Neolithic times.
The Centre provides visitors with information on the surrounding sites and attractions in the local area. The Centre has a team of experienced guides who are on hand to help visitors discover the local monuments and sites which include the Grange Stone Circle built in the Bronze Age. Longer guided walking tours taking in the lake and the local countryside are also available. Click on the website below: