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  1. Celtic & Prehistoric Museum

    Dingle, Kerry

    A large archaeological collection of authentic artefacts from the Jurassic, Stone Age, Bronze Age, Celtic and Viking eras including the only genuine fossil Woolly Mammoth, Dinosaur egg nest, and Cave Bear skeleton in Ireland. Read more

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  2. 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

  3. Eask Tower And Hill

    Dingle, Kerry

    This is the shapely hill with the prominent tower on its summit which stands on the south side of Dingle Harbour. It can be reached by branching left from the Ventry Road at Ballymore, 4km west of Dingle. Read more

  4. Dingle Lighthouse

    Dingle, Kerry

    The lighthouse itself is maintained by Dingle Harbour Commissioners and was built in 1885 for a total cost of €747.88. Its purpose is to guide boats to the seaward of the Crow Rock which may be seen off Eask Tower to the west. Read more

  5. Seanchaí – Kerry Literary and Cultural Centre

    Listowel, Kerry

    Seanchaí –Kerry Literary and Cultural Centre portrays the lives of north Kerry’s famous writers in a unique audio visual experience, in Listowel County Kerry. Writers featured include John B Keane, Bryan MacMahon and Maurice Walsh. Read more

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  6. 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

  7. Kyrie Eleison Abbey

    Abbeydorney, Kerry

    Established in the 12th century, the Abbey of Kyrie Eleison is credited for giving the village of Abbeydorney its name. It was the only Cistercian community in medieval County Kerry, and boasts fine Celtic crosses. Read more

  8. Slea Head Famine Cottages and Sheep Dog Trials

    Ventry, Kerry

    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. Read more

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  9. Arabella House

    Tralee, Kerry

    Arabella House is a late Georgian country house, packed with many original architectural features and a distinguished history. Read more

  10. Blennerville Windmill

    Blennerville, Kerry

    Blennerville Windmill stands out as the dominant landmark in Tralee Bay in County Kerry. Come to learn about the Windmill and Blennerville's part in the Great Famine as well as to view the birds of Tralee Bay Nature Reserve. Read more

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