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Marshall D wrote a review Mar. 2020
Coverack, United Kingdom47 contributions23 helpful votes
The first non-stop transatlantic flight landed a few hundred yards from here. The walk though the bogs is also very interesting.
Date of experience: March 2020
SVAA0814 wrote a review Oct. 2019
Tampa, Florida88 contributions13 helpful votes
I spent close to 2 hours and being an engineering and computer science student, it was absolutely fabulous.
Date of experience: September 2019
EagleEyeBoston wrote a review Aug. 2019
Boston, Massachusetts971 contributions861 helpful votes
See the Alcock and Brown Landing Site reference for more on this site. It is well worth the visit -- an important part of the Irish-American (actually Canadian!) link.
Date of experience: May 2019
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Mairead2104 wrote a review Aug. 2019
Mountmellick, Ireland33 contributions30 helpful votes
Family walk around the Derrigimlagh site. Each time we go we learn something new. So well put together. And its free. Well worth a visit to see where Marconi had his transatlantic transmission site and also where Alcock and Brown landed their plane on the first atlantic crossing. Just amazing at the set up that was there in the early 1900s and the facilities they had long before the rest of the country. Well worth a visit. At a reasonable pace it took us a little over an hour to walk.…
Date of experience: August 2019
CJG31 wrote a review Jun. 2019
Galway, Ireland221 contributions71 helpful votes
Did this looped walk through the bog with information points along the way explaining what was there & photos of the Marconi station & associated buildings. Information also on the landing site of the first transatlantic flight by Alcock & Brown 100 years ago! The really is an amazing place for people of all ages.…
Date of experience: June 2019
1 Helpful vote