The Irish Times has teamed up with The Jackie Clarke Collection to offer you the chance to win a two night, mid week stay for two people at the 4* Mount Falcon Estate, including breakfast both mornings.
The Jackie Clarke Collection has opened to the public in the former Provincial Bank at Pearse Street, Ballina, Co. Mayo, and is open to the public daily from Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm. Jackie Clarke (1927 – 2000) was a Ballina businessman and a genius collector of Irish historical material. His collection at this spectacular, new exhibition centre offers a first-hand account of some of the most significant periods throughout the last four centuries of Irish history.
Standout items include an original 1916 Proclamation of Independence, the tricolor cockade taken from the hat of Wolfe Tone by his captors in 1798, letters from Michael Collins, Douglas Hyde, Charles Gavan Duffy, Michael Davitt and O’Donovan Rossa. It also contains rare books, proclamations, posters, political cartoons, pamphlets, handbills, works by Sir John Lavery, maps, hunger strike material and personal items from Leaders of the 1916 Risingas well as many incredible documents that.
For information on booking a guided tour, contact The Jackie Clarke Collection at 096 73508, or firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can visit their website www.clarkecollection.ie.
About Mount Falcon:
Mount Falcon Estate, located on the River Moy outside Ballina; offers guests both hotel and lodge accommodation as an ideal base to explore the Wilderness Capital of Ireland, The Salmon Capital of Ireland and The Jackie Clarke Collection.
To book your stay at Mount Falcon, visit www.mountfalcon.com.
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