Tuatha is a wonderful interactive resource for all those interested in Irish history & heritage… Their approach is modern, engaging and quite unique. From day one as a member, I knew I had made the right decision.
I think the Tuatha membership is a great way to engage people more with Irish archaeology. The itineraries are a great idea and the online course is a really good overview on Irish archaeology.
Tuatha has been a really valuable resources for discovering new places to visit and learning about them. Information on the website is really well structured, easy to consume and provides practical info to set you up on your personal adventure.
I love having access to quality information for historical sites all over Ireland many of which I’ve visited and others which are on my‘to go’ list.
Tuatha is an excellent resource for anyone involved in tourism or interested in Ireland. I love being part of the community and look forward to seeing what the next chapter will hold.
This is a brilliant service which allows me to discover so many of irelands places to visit and the history and archaeology of these sites. Really recommend signing up.
So great to have a resource like this for people new to Irish archaeology and those already versed in it.
Stuart, WA. USA
Tuatha is based on Abarta’s in-depth and expert knowledge of Irish archaeology and history. Excellent photography and interesting and useful maps and other information.
Barbara, South Africa
A highly informative and brilliant resource to explore and learn more about historic sites in Ireland, with great videos and photos. Very enjoyable content.
Shows great experience and love for country and heritage!
If you’ve enjoyed Neil Jackman’s guides to the Wild Atlantic Way or Ireland’s Ancient East as I have, you’ll find a lot to interest you here.
I loved the idea of accessing the website and planning a weekend trip.
Fascinating and accessible. As an interested amateur I found the video presentation hit the perfect level. Inclusive, without attempting to“dumb-down” the content. Would recommended this for anyone interested in Ireland and its history.
For those looking for a crash course in Irish History and travels itineraries for some of Ireland’s best historical sites. Information is provided by real archaeologists who have worked on many of Ireland’s historical sites.
Tuatha is a great opportunity for people to explore Ireland’s archaeological heritage in an interactive and accessible way. The content is presented clearly and has lots of well researched information for people to engage with and learn from.