Things to do in Mayo

See our top things to do in Mayo including lots of family fun activities.

Some great ideas for a family day out, weekend away, or for planning that holiday in Mayo.

Information is updated regularly to ensure the latest deals and offers in Mayo are included.

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For details on any of these venues in Mayo, simply click below.

National Museum of Ireland - Country Life

National Museum of Ireland - Country Life

Victorian and contemporary architecture combine at the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life. In the modern exhibition galleries, objects, rare archive photography and film explore Irelands rural past and an almost vanished but recent way of life. Next to this, a Victorian Gothic man

Turlough Park, Castlebar, Mayo
Westport House and Pirate Adventure Park

Westport House and Pirate Adventure Park

Something for Everyone In the Family Enjoy a full days family fun, culture and adventure at Westport House Pirate Adventure Park. It truly delivers something for everyone: grandparents to toddlers can have a relaxing, active or exciting day, all depending on your energy levels. Pirate Ad

Westport, Co Mayo
StarCamp

StarCamp

StarCamp isIrelands number 1 childrens camp that everyone is talking about. What can you expect? StarCamp offers a perfect mix of the following to provide maximum fun and confident, happy children; - Singing, dancing acting chart toppers, Disney classics movie favourites - Open to

Nationwide - in all 32 counties
Hotel Westport

Hotel Westport

Discover Westport like never before at Hotel Westport Four-star Hotel Westport is a peaceful haven set on the idyllic 400 acre estate of Westport House and the team has prepared the highest safety standards and guidelines in anticipation of welcoming guests back to enjoy a unique staycati

Newport Road, Westport, Co. Mayo
Ceide Fields

Ceide Fields

Beneath the wild boglands of North Mayo lies Ceide Fields, the most extensive stone age monument in the world lie. Here you can see field systems, dwelling areas and megalithic tombs of 5,000 years ago. In addition, the wild flora of the bog is of international importance and is bounded b

Ballycastle, Co. Mayo.

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