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  • 1. Original Kerry Gift Shop and Craft Center


    This is a co-operative venture that provides a retail outlet for 32 Kerry-based craft workers. From jewelry to soap to wood turning to rain...Read More

  • 2. Skelligs Chocolate


    The wild coastal road between Waterville and Portmagee is an unusual location for a chocolate factory, café, and shop, but then this is unusual...Read More

  • 3. Aran Sweater Market


    Traditional fisherman's knitwear, designed and knitted in the Aran Islands, can be purchased here. You can acquire an heirloom-quality piece...Read More

  • 4. Arthur's Quay Shopping Centre


    A small indoor shopping mall near the tourist office, Arthur's Quay has a fine choice of Irish crafts and knitwear. ...Read More

  • 5. Avoca Handweavers


    At this scenic spot, midway between Kenmare and Killarney, you'll find wool clothing, mohair throws, and rugs in remarkable palettes and a variety...Read More

  • 6. Bricín Craft Shop


    Interesting handicrafts here include candles, ceramics, and woolens. ...Read More

  • 7. Draiocht Art Gallery

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    Draiocht means "magic" in Irish, and this gallery is described by its owner as "a magical store of crafts and gifts." Many of the crafts and...Read More

  • 8. George & Michelina Stacpoole


    Head here to find a nice selection of antiques large and small, plus books, and knitwear designed by Michelina. ...Read More

  • 9. Greenlane Gallery

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    The gallery shows a cross section of contemporary artists, most of them influenced by the local landscape. ...Read More

  • 10. Kenmare Bookshop


    A good selection of books of local interest and all the best sellers can be found here. ...Read More

  • 11. Kerry Woollen Mills


    This mill was established here in the 17th century and still uses the original buildings. Its traditional woolen products, from knitting yarns...Read More

  • 12. Leác a Ré


    For handmade Irish crafts, check out this noted emporium. ...Read More

  • 13. Lucy Erridge's


    This cottage boutique has Irish-made jewelry and fine ladies' wear from Irish designer labels. ...Read More

  • 14. MacBee's


    This modern boutique stocks the best of Irish and international high fashion. ...Read More

  • 15. Mary Neeson Ceramics


    Her gallery is near the main entrance to Muckross House, and most of her finely textured pieces cost between €20 and €80 and can be shipped worldwide....Read More

  • 16. Mucros Craft Shop


    Adjacent to Muckross House, the craft center has a wide range of gifts and clothing, as well as a resident weaver, a bookbindery, and Mucros...Read More

  • 17. Murphy's Ice Cream


    One of Ireland's more unusual culinary success stories, Murphy's has won international awards. Find out why at this flagship parlor. ...Read More

  • 18. Norman McCloskey Photography

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    Norman has been photographing this area since 1992. He has created some breathtakingly beautiful images, many of them large-scale landscapes...Read More

  • 19. O'Mahony's


    Known for its good selection of Irish interest, this shop has been selling books since 1902. ...Read More

  • 20. Paul Kelly Jewellers


    Striking, modern jewelry in gold and silver is made and sold here. ...Read More

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