Stone Circles

One of the largest stone circles in south west Ireland located in Kenmare Town

Kenmare Stone Circle was built about c.2500-1000 b.c It is located 5 minutes walk from the centre of the town and is locally known as the 'The Shrubberies'. It is one of the largest stone [...]

A tomb surrounded by a stone circle with it’s original capstone

This National Monument is The Clogherny Wedge Tomb located near the village of Plumbridge in co. Tyrone. It dates from approx c.2500 b.c and sits in a sparse exposed glaciated valley. It still has it's large [...]

Discovered in 1941, Dragons Teeth and 1269 standing stones

The mysterious Beaghmore Stone Circles are located near Cookstown in co. Tyrone, They date to approx 2900 b.c > 1200 b.c. The stones were uncovered by local peat cutters in the 1940s. It is made up [...]

An early stone circle in a beautiful location

The Bocan Stone Circle is located about a mile outside the village of Culdaff in co.Donegal. This national monument dates between 2500 b.c - 1500 b.c. Stone circles may have been used for sun worship, [...]

One of the largest & earliest stone circles in Ireland

This national monument is the Beltany Stone Circle, located in Raphoe in co.Donegal. It dates from between c.1400 b.c > 800 b.c and is one of the largest and earliest stone circles in Ireland with [...]

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