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The local flora and fauna are the inspiration at Naturequest Gallery , an artist-run gallery just off the Butter Market.
A research facility monitoring the 100-plus bottlenose dolphins swimming out in the Shannon...
St Senan’s Catholic church contains eight detailed examples of stained glass by well-known early 20th-century artist Harry Clarke.
This remarkable 'lost' garden was the private domain of the wealthy Vandeleur family – merchants and landowners who engaged in harsh evictions and forced emigration of local people in the 19th century (a current resi...
You should visit the renovated Tarbert Bridewell Jail & Courthouse , which has exhibits (including stoic mannequins) on the rough social and political conditions of the 19th century.
In Childers Park is the Garden of Europe, opened in 1995. Its 12 sections represent the 12 members of the EU of the day...
About 300 metres east of the Square, Childers Park spreads out to the east. Within the park is the Garden of Europe , opened in 1995. Its 12 sections represent the 12 members of the EU of the day...
Located in a former church and now hosting art exhibitions as well as drama, music and dance events.
Behind the Kerry Literary & Cultural Centre, this 12th-century castle was once the stronghold of the Fitzmaurices, the Anglo-Norman lords of Kerry...
The audiovisual Writers' Exhibition at this gem of a cultural centre gives due prominence to Listowel's heritage of literary observers of Irish life...
Built in 1829 in the neo-Gothic style, this church has some lovely mosaic work over the altar and a vaulted roof with timber beams.
Forming the southern end of the Cliffs of Moher, Hag's Head is a dramatic place from which to view the cliffs
There's a huge sea arch at the tip of Hag's Head and another arch visible to the north...
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