Louisburgh NS pupils enjoy day at the Museum Of Country Life, Turlough Park

Part of their folklore project

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Many thanks to all museum staff for their help with making the trip a memorable experience for all involved.

For further information about the Museum click here

Photo:Museum Guide Tom, explains the origins of the name Turlough.

Museum Guide Tom, explains the origins of the name Turlough.

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Photo:4th Class girls.

4th Class girls.

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Photo:4th class boys.

4th class boys.

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Photo:Louisburgh childrens work on display in Museum.

Louisburgh childrens work on display in Museum.

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Photo:Display of work in Educational rooms.

Display of work in Educational rooms.

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Photo:Lots of interesting reading in the educational rooms.

Lots of interesting reading in the educational rooms.

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Photo:Thanks to Eorann Kavanagh, Museum staff for displaying the childrens work.

Thanks to Eorann Kavanagh, Museum staff for displaying the childrens work.

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Photo:Museum Guide Aoife, answers questions from the Children.

Museum Guide Aoife, answers questions from the Children.

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Photo:Learning old games.

Learning old games.

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Photo:Playing games that have been forgotten.

Playing games that have been forgotten.

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Photo:Excited chatter as the children look for their work.

Excited chatter as the children look for their work.

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Photo:In the Educational rooms looking at this website.

In the Educational rooms looking at this website.

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Photo:Happy faces at the end of the day.

Happy faces at the end of the day.

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