Here are ten attractions you can visit for free around the country this week

Looking for something cheap and cheerful to do before the summer ends?

Here are ten attractions you can visit for free around the country this week

Looking for something cheap and cheerful to do before the summer ends?

Ireland has a vast number of amazing heritage sites, but did you know you can get in to most of them for free once a month?

The OPW offers free admission to a large number of sites on the first Wednesday of every month - that means this Wednesday you can have a free day out.

Here are some of the ones that caught our eye, and you can find a full list of venues that can be visited free of charge on August 2 at the end of the article.

Whether you bring the kids, a group of friends, your significant other, or travel solo is up to you.

Charles Fort, Cork

You save: Adult: €5; Group/Senior: €4; Child/Student: €3; Family: €13

Glebe House and Gallery, Donegal

You save: Adult: €5; Group/Senior: €4; Child/Student: €3; Family: €13

Rathfarnham Castle, Dublin

You save: Adult: €5; Senior/Group: €4; Child/Student: €3; Family: €13

Dún Aonghasa, Galway

You save: Adult: €5; Group/Senior: €4; Child/Student: €3; Family: €13

Ross Castle, Kerry

You save: Adult: €5; Group/Senior: €4; Child/Student: €3; Family: €13

Kilkenny Castle, Kilkenny

You save: Adult: €8; Senior/Group (20+): €6; Student/Child (over 6): €4; Family: €20

Adare Castle, Limerick

You save: Adult: €9; Child/Student/Senior €7; Family: €20

Newgrange and Knowth, Meath

You save: Adult: €13; Sen/Group: €10; Child/Student: €8; Family: €30

Hill of Tara, Meath

You save: Adult: €5; Group/Senior: €4; Child/Student: €3; Family: €13

Rock of Cashel, Tipperary

You save: Adult : €8; Group / Senior : €6; Child/Student: €4; Family : €20

Full list of venues offering free admission:

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