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This was actually my second time to Muckross Abbey! My husband and I visited it for the first time in 2015 in the pouring rain. I was looking forward to taking my sister and 75 year old father here in better weather. The cemetery is...More
Fascinating history and beautiful interior. The location of this 19th Century Tudor on Muckross Lake is nothing short of stunning. Our tour guide was excellent. Muckross House Grounds are free and very nice for a relaxing stroll.
This was amazing!!! The abbey had so many places to explore... you'd think you saw everything only to find something else to look at. And in the middle of it all was a gigantic yew tree. It was really cool!! It was so easy to...More
We explored the Abbey in the evening when it was not crowded at all and then went back the following day for an engagement shoot. The location is absolutely breathtaking. A must see when exploring Killarney.
This is about as easy a site to review as it gets. It's beautiful, It's in a gorgeous setting. It's fun to explore. And it's free.
Muckross Abbey is in . . . you guessed it . . . Muckrock park. It's maybe a 5-minute...More
There is no entrance fee to this lovely ruin. The cemetery is well kept and has some beautiful headstones. As you turn one corner in the abbey, you will be surprised by a huge twisted yew tree growing in the very center. So much history...More
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you can walk there from town (about 10 km) or take a cab. Killarney is full of em and they are reasonably priced and helpful. You can also rent bikes or hire a Jarvey (a two wheeled horse-drawn cart) they are also... More
you can walk there from town (about 10 km) or take a cab. Killarney is full of em and they are reasonably priced and helpful. You can also rent bikes or hire a Jarvey (a two wheeled horse-drawn cart) they are also reasonably priced and the drivers are locals who usually drive the carts as a side job. They are informative and stop at all the important places in the park.