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Skerries Harps is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Skerries, County Dublin, Ireland, playing Gaelic football, hurling and camogie. The club is located on the Dublin Road in Skerries with a main pitch and club house at this location. The club has just under 40 teams competing at all levels in football, hurling, camogie and ladies football. The club plays at senior level in football and camogie, intermediate level in ladies football and junior hurling. Current president is John Clinton and the club Chairman is Niall Murphy.
|Monday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
Great place to see. Clean and has weathered well. Good food and snacks. Clean bathrooms and nice gift shop....inexpensive and some unique items found.
Beautifully little place for arts and crafts in Skerries. Get all your art needs at Karen's art shop and there's a lovely little market on Saturdays. The cafe upstairs is also worth a visit.
Very nice place to eat a light lunch. An old and beautifully renovated mill also houses Artist and gifted crafts in the outer houses. Runs art classes Parking easy Tours available Very friendly team running the place. Great gift shop and seller of 'Winnie and George' What a great read.
This is one of the most surprising little museums I’ve visited of late. And you’re impressed as soon as you walk in. Everything is in perfect condition and you’re invited to do some time traveling, and stepping into a millers life. Two well preserved window mills catch the eye and the imagination. The nice coffee is perfect for a quick bite before leaving! There are also some local artisan shops/ workshops worth a visit.
Fantastic experience! The mills are stunning, the tour is really worth visiting and the guide is knowledgeable, friendly and fun.
This is a beautiful place to visit for a sunny afternoon. Although we were the only people that day, the tour guide gave us a little private tour around the premises, that was both funny and informative. The lovely cafe at the end of the tour offers not only cake and coffee, but also a good range of delicious snacks.
A perfect, off-the-grid gem. Who knew that Ireland had it's own (wind) milling tradition? Well worth the relatively modest fee for the 55 minute guided tour. Our Guide on the day was Gavin Butler. Not only knowledgeable about the mills and the milling process, Gavin also has generations-old connections to the milling families.
Great place, well restored. There is both windmill and watermill. Lovely experience, the kids enjoyed it very much.
We'll worth the visit. Nice historical dimension. Good coffee shop.
We had lunch at skerries mills today it was delicious. And a beautiful day out... Xxxx
Excellent attraction. Spent a weekend in Skerries recently and did the Mills tour with the family on the Saturday. We were the it people on the tour so we had loads of time to ask questions and wander around. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and was able to explain the workings of the Mills really clearly and in such a way that we all understood it by the end of the tour. It lasted about 45 minutes, and even thought it was very cold that day, the kids also enjoyed it and had a blast. There are three sites on the tour; the main Mills building, and then two separate windmills, all of which you get to go into. After the tour we had lunch in the restaurant which was great, and looked at some of the on-site shops which were very festive indeed. Free hot mulled wine was a nice touch too. Great day overall, definitely worth a visit if you are in the area!
Very nice place for a short visit. I recommend to take a tour guide, it does not take long but it is very interesting and funny. Cafe shop prices are really affordable. Well worth to visit.