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Knock Museum tells the story of what happened on the 21st of August 1979, when fifteen ordinary people witnessed an extraordinary event. This event, the Apparition, changed Knock from a small rural village into an international Shrine.Use our Knock trip itinerary website to visit Knock Museum on your trip to Knock, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
At Knock Museum you will gain some insight into the fifteen local witnesses, their lives at that time and why millions of people have come to Knock on pilgrimage since then.
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The museum is a great way to learn about the history of the apparition at Knock and the development of the Shrine there. The Staff were extremely friendly and helpful and the audio self-tour device... more »
Everything you would like to know about knock village and shrine you will find here friendly staff and a amazing place more »
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