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Did not really feel I was any more knowledgable after the visit than before as to the lives and history of the island and it’s people. Was hoping for more but it feels to be a voluntary effort so please visit but manage your expectations.
Visited this beautiful shop & museum today for the first time. It has loads of old artifacts from bygone years. I was perticularly impressed by all the very old photos of people who have passed on but gave their services & who made a big...More
It's a little gem of a museum and gift shop near the pier. I was fascinated by the history of the island families. Lots of period photos and period furniture/equipment, make it a lovely place to browse. The framed photographs of the island that are...More
A great little shop with amazing history. If you are lucky enough to be there when Marie is working, definitely ask her to show you around and explain the history behind all the stuff and photos. Then check out her amazing photos of the island...More
I don't understand the high ratings. The "museum" is just a jumbled pile of old stuff in the back of the shop. Most of it unlabelled. The shop is a small collection of bad pottery and postcards. Some of the postcards are nice (I bought...More
Unfortunately we hadn't much time to really appreciate the museum. Becausse our time on the Island was limitged because of the ferry sailing and the long distance we had travelled. On our next visit we will most definitely spend moe time.
Many items from local artists and crafts! Very friendly and helpful! Loved looking at the local artifacts and photos! Some were from my families since my grandma Mary Ellen Cunnane was born there! Bought several books on the history of inishbofin and I am enjoying...More