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Bunratty or Irish National Heritage Park?

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Hello fellow travellers, Having looked at images of Bunratty Folk Park and the Irish National Heritage Park near Wexford on the web, they look completely different. We are going to be in Ireland for 14 days in September and only want to spend 1 of those days in a re-creation. We are interested in prehistorical and historical sites. The pictures of Bunratty look like scenes we could get from visiting Adare and some other cute touristy towns. True? Which one would you pick? Or is there some other place I haven't discovered yet that incorporates both? We are 2 senior adults on our first and probably last trip to Ireland. So much to see, so little time.

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