The subterranean chambers, seven metres underground at the base of the famous Rock of Cashel, echo to the story of Ireland from ancient times to the present day. Through the passage of time, your journey is marked by milestones of achievement, conflict and renewal.
The Sídhroim - The original name for the site on which the Rock of Cashel was built.
The exhibition has been further enhanced by a state-of-the-art new extension, where you can explore 3000 years of Ireland’s rich cultural heritage..
Opening times are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday. Last admission to the exhibition is 4 p.m.
Your imagination has free rein at the subterranean ‘Sounds of History’ so why not pay a visit to Brú Ború and descend into Irish culture?