The Southwest

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  • 1. Killarney House

    Garden/Arboretum

    Hidden away behind tall walls in the center of town for many years, Killarney House and its formal gardens are now open to the public as a visitor...Read More

  • 2. Cill Rialaig

    Museum/Gallery

    West of Waterville and 1 km (½ mile) before the Irish-speaking village of Ballinskelligs is the Cill Rialaig Arts Centre. This is the best place...Read More

  • 3. Hunt Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    In the Old Customs House on the banks of the Shannon in the city center, the Hunt Museum has the finest collection of Celtic and medieval treasures...Read More

  • 4. Kenmare Heritage Centre

    Museum/Gallery

    Come to this center in the tourist office to learn about the town's history. They can outline a walking route to Kenmare's places of interest. ...Read More

  • 5. Kerry Bog Village Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Worth a quick look, this museum, between Glenbeigh and Killorglin on the Ring of Kerry, is a cluster of reconstructed, fully furnished cottages...Read More

  • 6. Kerry County Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Tralee's major cultural attraction traces the history of Kerry's people since 5000 BC, using dioramas and an entertaining audiovisual show....Read More

  • 7. Old Barracks Heritage Centre

    Museum/Gallery

    The converted former barracks of the Royal Irish Constabulary, an imposing, castlelike structure (built after the Fenian Rising of 1867 to suppress...Read More

  • 8. Skellig Experience

    Museum/Gallery

    Located on Valentia Island, just across the bridge from Portmagee, the Skellig Experience offers an alternative for the less adventurous traveler...Read More

  • 9. The Frank McCourt Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    This imposing redbrick building dating from 1814 was once the school attended by American-Irish author, Frank McCourt (1930–2009), best known...Read More

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