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The following list indicates a range of outdoors activities available in various parts of the country. The information here has been arranged according to the province in which these activities take place.

Historically, Ireland has been divided into the four provinces of Connaught - Connacht, Leinster - Laighean, Munster - Mumhan and Ulster - Uladh. Connaught is located in the west, Leinster in the east, Munster in the south and Ulster in the north.



  Leinster - Laighean
- National Museum of Decorative Arts and History, Collins Barracks, Dublin 7  
  The National Museum of Decorative Arts and History is located along the banks of the Liffey in Dublin, just across the bridge from Heuston Station. Look for the impressive clock tower on your left as you walk towards the City Centre.
  full details here

  Munster - Mumhan
- Hidden Ireland Tours, An Daingean, Co. Chiarraí  
  Hidden Ireland have a range of walking, and other, tours that bring them the length and breadth of Ireland. They specialise in organising customised tour routes for organised groups. There is one new Irish tour for 2001.
  full details here

  Ulster - Uladh
- An Muc Dubh, Fintown Railway, Fintown, Co. Donegal  
  The Cumann Traenach runs Steam Train journeys along the shore of Fintown lake in 'An Muc Dubh' train. Other facilities include pedal boats and a café. Available Summer months and other special occasions e.g. Christmas, Easter and Hallowe'en.
  full details here
- Rothar ar Cíos, Baile Thiar, Tóraigh, Co.Dhún na nGall  
  Bicycles for rent for touring Tory Island. Available during the summer months and upon request during rest of the year.
  full details here
- Time Out Tours, Oakfield Demesne, Raphoe, Co. Donegal  
  Time Out Tours has a range of outdoor activity tours, including walking, fishing, golf and horse riding.
  full details here
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