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  1. Killarney Art Gallery

    Killarney, Kerry

    Killarney Art Gallery , in County Kerry, represents many of the country's leading contemporary and up and coming artists, along with selling works by deceased Irish artists such as Jack B Yeats RHA, James Humbert Craig RHA and Maurice Wilks ARHA RUA. Read more

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  2. Rattoo Round Tower

    Ballyduff, Kerry

    Rattoo Round Tower was built around 1100 and is very well preserved. The structure, located north of Ballyduff, County Kerry, features an arched doorway with unique molding. The site also boasts the remains of an ancient church. Read more

  3. Brushwood Studios Art Gallery

    Sneem, Kerry

    All works on display at Brushwood Studios, in Sneem County Kerry, have been painted by the resident artists, who's work hangs beside old and modern masters in some of the world's greatest collections. Read more

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  4. The Beautiful Woman - An Speir Bhean

    Killarney, Kerry

    Facing the Franciscan Friary, in Killarney County Kerry, is the statue of the 'Speir Bhean', the Beautiful Woman. This sculpture commemorates four of Kerry's best known Gaelic poets. Read more

  5. Ardfert Cathedral

    Ardfert, Kerry

    Ardfert Cathedral is the site of a monastery founded by St Brendan The Navigator in the 6th century. It can be found in the village of Ardfert, about 10km from Tralee, County Kerry. The site features three medieval churches and several grave slabs. Read more

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  6. Riasc Monastic Settlement

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    About 2km east of Ballyferriter in County Kerry, people can encounter the ruins of the ancient Riasc Monastic Settlement, including the fascinating Riasc Stone. Read more

  7. Dunquin Graveyard

    Dunquin, Kerry

    Dunquin, which is found in County Kerry on the Dingle Peninsula, is home to burial site of famous Irish author, Peig Sayers. Read more

  8. Ceann Sibeal Sybil Head Tower

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    The Tower was built just before 1880 as a consequence of fear of an imminent Napoleonic invasion of England, using Ireland as a back door. It was 40 feet high and 30 feet square. Read more

  9. Fitzmaurice Castle

    Ballybunion, Kerry

    The striking 30 foot wall of this 16th century castle stands proudly in the enclosure of a promontory fort, the Castle Green and has prime location with magnificent views the main beach, cliffs and Atlantic Ocean in its home at Ballybunion. Read more

  10. 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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