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Visitor Guide to Mayo, Sligo, Donegal, Roscommon, Leitrim, Cavan & Monaghan
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Gift shops in Donegal, Mayo, Sligo, Leitrim, Roscommon, Cavan and Monaghan
A visit to the North West of Ireland would not be complete without taking some time to see the products created by local craftsmen and women. There is an extensive choice of shops available to the visitor who wants to take souvenirs home. Choose from a wide range of traditional souvenirs, or shop in the large department stores in the region. You will find an excellent range of gifts from which to make your selection.
Foxford Woollen Mills, Foxford, Co.Mayo (tel. 094-925-6756) produces the colorful blankets, rugs, and tweed clothing that is known the world over. This factory-cum-museum uses a walk-through audio-visual to tell the story of how the mills were started in 1892, founded by a trail-blazing nun to provide work for the local community. Visitors are also welcome to take a guided tour of the mills and watch the various stages of the weaving process. Open daily, year-round.)
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The proprietor of Leitrim Crystal is a master glass cutter and welcomes visitors to view crystal being designed, cut and engraved. A family run business with 28 years experience which prides itself on giving the old style personal and friendly service.
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Unique gifts and gift ideas from the heart of Mayo made by home owners and people with a disabilities. The lastest gift is Angela's Auld Sod - an authentic slice of Irish Turf and the story of the day in the bog and it can be shipped all around the globe.
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