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  1. Kenmare Stone Circle

    Kenmare, Kerry

    This stone circle lies in the town of Kenmare, not far from the Cromwell Bridge, in County Kerry. Unlike any other ring in Muster, this one is egg shaped. Read more

  2. The Back Lane Pop Up Gallery

    Killarney, Kerry

    The Back Lane Pop Up Gallery is a gallery and workshop where local artists have come together to work and exhibit their paintings. Read more

  3. Sea Synergy Marine Awareness & Activity Centre

    Waterville, Kerry

    Discover what lies beneath the Wild Atlantic Way at Sea Synergy Marine Exhibition on whales, dolphins, sharks, turtles and much more! Touch pool with live rocky shore animals and live animals in the tanks! Read more

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  4. Dunloe Ogham Stones

    Killarney, Kerry

    At Dunloe, near Killarney in County Kerry, a group of eight Ogham stones stand as proud testament to an ancient culture. The stones were removed to their present day location in the 19th century. Read more

  5. St Mary's Catholic Church Killarney

    Killarney, Kerry

    Located in Killarney, St Mary’s is the cathedral of the Catholic Diocese of Kerry. The beautiful Gothic-style structure was designed by Augustus Pugin and dedicated to Mary in 1855. Read more

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  6. Peter Cox Photography Gallery

    Killarney, Kerry

    Peter Cox Photography Gallery is the place to go for beautiful fine art photographs of the Irish landscape. The gallery’s opening hours are 10am -10pm, 7 days a week in the summer months and 10am -7pm, 7 days a week in the winter months. Read more

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  7. Wilma's Killorglin Farmhouse Cheese

    Killorglin, Kerry

    Wilma's Killorglin Farmhouse Cheese is produced on a farm in Killorglin County Kerry. The farm is open to visitors. Read more

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  8. Leacanabuaile Fort

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    The interior of Leacanabuaile Fort, in Cahersiveen County Kerry, is one of the best examples of its kind in Ireland. This is a round stone fort, with walls of about 3ft thick and has been reconstructed to a height of about 1.5m. Read more

  9. Valentia Observatory

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    Ireland's oldest synoptic weather station is a few minutes from Cahersiveen town on the Waterville road. Read more

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  10. Muckross Traditional Farms

    Killarney, Kerry

    Muckross House, once visited by Queen Victoria, is situated on the shores of Muckross Lake within the stunning surroundings of Killarney National Park. The house and grounds are located 3.6km from Killarney Town on the Kenmare road. Read more

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