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  1. Bonane Heritage Park

    Kenmare, Kerry

    The Bonane Heritage Park, in Bonane County Kerry, provides visitors with a 2000 metre walk on gravel paths through 5000 years of history while enjoying some breathtaking scenery including one of the most significant stone circles in Ireland. Read more

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  2. Gallarus Oratory Visitor Centre

    Ballydavid, Kerry

    Gallarus Oratory, in Ballydavid County Kerry,is the best preserved early Christian church in Ireland. Read more

  3. Garfinny Bridge

    Dingle, Kerry

    Garfinny Bridge is a medieval bridge which has been recently restored and is the only bridge to be declared a national monument of Ireland. It is located near Dingle in County Kerry. Read more

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  4. Ballydavid Tower

    Ballydavid, Kerry

    Built about 1801 as a signal tower against a possible French invasion, Ballydavid Tower had fallen into disuse by the middle of the century and was briefly reoccupied during the First World War. Read more

  5. Ferriter's Castle

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    3km north west of Ballyferriter Village are the remains of this castle, the birthplace of the soldier poet Pierce Ferriter, who was one of the last Irish chiefs to hold out against Cromwell's army in the 17th century. Read more

  6. Glanleam Gardens

    Valentia Island, Kerry

    Famous for plants from the southern hemisphere and Asia, Glanleam is found on beautiful Valentia Island in County Kerry. The gardens were originally developed by Sir Peter Fitzgerald, the 19th Knight of Kerry, who laid out 16 hectares of gardens. Read more

  7. 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

  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. Kerry Bog Village Museum

    Glenbeigh, Kerry

    The Bog Village, in Glenbeigh County Kerry, allows you to step back in time to the early 18th century to recapture the way life would have been at that time. Read more

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  10. Músaem Chorca Dhuibhne / Corca Dhuibhne Regional Museum

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    Músaem Chorca Dhuibhne, in Ballyferriter County Kerry, is an ideal place to get a taste of the archaeology, history and culture of the Dingle Peninsula, before you go out to explore all the wonderful monuments and features of the area. Read more

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