Ardgroom Stone Circle, Co. Cork
The Ardgroom Stone Circle measures about 8min diameter. It contains 9 stones upright and 2 prostrate. The gate is formed by two stones of about six foot in height towards the North - Northeast. The stones are unusual in that they taper to a point.
Ballykeel Portal Tomb, Co. Armagh
Situated in Ballykeel, Co Armagh is this wonderful example of a tripod dolmen. This capstone is the only one in Northern Ireland to be re-erected, both it and the door-slab were replaced during excavations in 1965.
Ballynoe Stone Circle, Co. Down
The Ballynoe Stone Circle is one of the finest in Ireland. The outer ring, about 35m across, consists of huge, close set stones, many standing 2m tall above ground level.
Beaghmore Stone Circles, Co. Tyrone
The site was discovered by accident during peat cutting in the 1940's. It took four years of excavation to remove a thick layer of protective peat and to uncover no less than 1269 stones. With 7 stone circles, 13 cairns and several rows of standing stones the site is impressive as it is, but it is assumed that the even more structures are still hidden in the surrounding peat.
Carrowmore Magalithic Cemetery, Co. Sligo
This is the largest cemetery of megalithic tombs in Ireland (60 tombs of which 30 are visible) and is also among the country's oldest, with monuments ranging from 5,5 to 6,5 thousand years old.
Drombeg Stone Circle, Co. Cork
The stone circle consists of 17 closely spaced stones spanning 9min diameter, of which 13 survived. It dates from the Druid era, approximately 1200 B.C. and is a particularly fine example, with an ancient cooking pit beside it.