Hear whispers from the past at this Neolithic tomb, one of the finest examples of a full court tomb in Ireland. First excavated in 1935 and shortly thereafter restored, Creevykeel Court Tomb, which dates from between 4000 – 2500 BC was once brimming with ancient treasures. The structure consists of a long, trapeze-shaped cairn enclosing an oval court where ceremonies were performed, and a burial chamber of two compartments. Inside, decorated and undecorated Neolithic pottery, flint arrowheads, polished stone axes and other artifacts, including a chalk ball, have been found, along with evidence of four cremation burials. Step back in time to the Ireland of long ago, where rites and rituals reigned.