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Bunratty Castle Gianni Rosas

A.D. 970

Gianni Rosas

on 10 April 2011

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Transcript of Bunratty Castle Gianni Rosas

Bunratty Castle BACKGROUND sited on a Viking Trading Camp Built by Thomas De Clare in 1250 Destroyed and restored in 1318 by Richard De Clare son of Thomas last owner was the Studdarts-1804 has had more than 10 owners http://media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-s/01/0c/6f/38/bunratty-castle.jpg By: Gianni Rosas History O'Briens took over Cromwellian troops took over, O'Briens never returned Lord Gort purchased the estate in 1954 capture by Irish Chieftains Features located at Folk Park O'Briens tower-located on Cliffs of Moher http://www.planetware.com/i/photo/obriens-tower-irl159.jpg Interesting Facts while O'Briens were landscaping, saw 3000 deer on castle grounds most restored castle in Ireland 1804 relocated Bunratty House THE HOTEL! https://mymotels.com/propertyimages/289565/bunratty_castle_hotel_interior_bunratty_ireland.jpg Current Status open to public since 1960 Admission Prices:

Adult €9.50, Family €25.00, Child €5.30

Opening Times:

June to August 9.30 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. (last admission 5.15 p.m.)

Castle - last admission 4.00 p.m. Year round

Closed Good Friday & December 24th, 25th, 26th

Bunratty Castle Banquet

This is an evening of refinement and fun. The entertainment will be provided by the Bunratty singers. There will be a four course meal available, wine is also available.

Twice Nightly, subject to demand: 5.30 p.m. and 8.45 p.m.

Adult €45.50, Child (6-9) 50% reduction: €22.75, Child (9-12) 25% reduction: €34.00, Child (0-5): No Charge, Group 20+ 10% reduction: €40.95 Tourist Information this way! http://www.grandtravel.com/Bunratty.htm Works Cited http://www.guide-to-castles-of-europe.com/bunratty-castle.html
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