The Isle of Doagh is a small peninsula in the north of Inishowen on the north coast of County Donegal.
Doagh Famine Village tells the story of a family and community living on the edge and how they survived and adapted from the 1840s to the present day.
The village is a large walkthrough museum built around original thatched dwellings.
It uses live size attractions and exhibits to depict Irish life from the 1840s on with the aid of practical and interactive demonstrations.
The Isle of Doagh has one of the largest clusters of rock art sites in Ireland. The markings are around 4000–5000 years old.
The ruins of Carrickabraghy Castle stands at the north-western end of the peninsula.
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