The Office of Public Works manages many of our best know heritage sites on behave of the nation.
Sites like Newgrange, Brú Na Bóinne Visitor Centre, Dublin Castle and Kilkenny Castle, are among our top attractions.
An annual family pass to these sites would normally be €90, and would be excellent value in itself, but for the rest of the year you can visit for free.
With the nation’s holiday plans concentrating on staycations, the government has given hard-pressed families a boost by waving the admission charges at all paying OPW sites for the rest of the year.
The current list of sites open to the public can be found at: