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“Dingle Oceanworld was another highlight of our trip…it was magical…the penguins were so cute…it was incredible…friendly and knowledgeable staff” - this is what a visitor said after visiting Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium.
Your Great Blasket Island experience begins here!
Derrynane House the ancestral home of Daniel O’Connell, is a public museum commemorating one of Ireland’s leading historical figures and arguably the greatest ever Irishman.
Ross Castle is a 15th century tower house located in Killarney, County Kerry. It is a typical example of the stronghold of an Irish chieftain in the Middle Ages and is fully restored and furnished with period oak furniture.
This heritage centre tells the story of the Skellig Rocks. Learn about the monks who lived on these desolate rocks, the seabirds, the nearby lighthouses and the marine life of the Skelligs.
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 in County Kerry.
The Kilgarvan Motor Museum hosts an impressive display of vintage and classic cars, including such eminent models as Rolls Royce, Bentley, Alvis and Austin, in Kilgarvan County Kerry.
Solo and group exhibitions of paintings and sculpture changing every month including some of the leading, as well as some of the most important emerging artists in Ireland today.
The Slea Head Famine Cottages offer an enchanting and haunting experience for visitors who would like to get a true feeling of what it was like to live in Famine Ireland.
Scanlon's Pet Farm provides a great day out for all the family. It is ocated just 8km west of Dingle in County Kerry. Visitors to the farm can see and pet the animals.
€44.95 up to 4 people
€35 Adult, €15 Child
€50 Adult €25 Child
€4 per person, €10 per family
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