Visiting Office of Public Works heritage sites will be free for the rest of the year.
The Junior OPW Minister has announced the step to remove fees takes effect immediately.
Its part of the Government's recovery plan after inter-county travel resumed and museums and galleries opened earlier this week.
There are numerous sites across Connacht that can now be accessed free of charge; including Atherny Castle, Boyle Castle, Pearse’s Cottage and Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery.
Minister of state with responsibility for the OPW Patrick O'Donovan told Midwest News that he hopes the money saved by staycationers will go into the local economy.