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Muckross House

37 locals recommend ·

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Brendan
Brendan
December 30, 2018
A Manor from the by gone days
Mags & Maurice
Mags & Maurice
November 13, 2018
Across the road from the property, Muckross House and Gardens are worth a visit.
Roisin
Roisin
October 14, 2018
Stunning gardens verlooking the lakes. Free to walk around gardens with tea rooms. Can pay a fee to tour Muckross House.
Kirstin
Kirstin
August 20, 2018
Fantastic place to visit right on the Killarney lakes with something for everyone. House tours, horse and cart rides to the Torc waterfall, the amazing working farms to visit during the summer.
Helen
Helen
April 27, 2018
Muckross park offers numerous walks of different lengths. Muckross House is set on large green space for walks and play full times with the children. Children can get lost in safe playful fun in the garden , on the steps, in the trees.It is endless fun for all the family.There is a lovely…

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Location
County Kerry
Phone+353 64 667 0144
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Thursday 9:00 AM