Minister Patrick O’ Donavon launches Virtual Tour of Lough Gur


THE exciting new launch of The Lough Gur virtual tour took place recently with the Minister for the Office of Public Works Patrick O’ Donavon and Local Authority Archaeologist Sarah McCutcheon from Limerick City and County Council attending the event.

The virtual launch that took place at 11am on Monday the 24th of may offers an innovative and breath-taking view of the landscape involving a 360-degree tour that provides drone footage of the monumental site.

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The beautifully captured drone footage and online tour offers those who may not be able to travel to the gorgeous scenery a chance to view the remarkable location online and brings the tour to you.

People go to Lough Gur for its enchantment and tranquil sights however, travelling during the current restrictions won’t stop you from viewing the beautiful grounds due to this exciting launch.

Lough Gur boasts archaeological sites including the Neolithic houses of Knockadoon, Megalithic tomb, Grange Stone Circle, Enclosed habitation sites on Knockadoon, ring barrow of Knockfennel, Stone forts of Carraig Aille, Bouchiers Castle, St.Patricks Well and much more.

To partake in the stunning tour and for booking information you can find all the details on

“An absolutely beautiful place and a must visit” Minister O’ Donavon tweeted.