The Tangney family have operated tours of Killarney National Parklands for five generations. The tours by jaunting cars and water coach are the ideal and most traditional way to view Killarney and its beautiful surrounds.
The Tangneys goal is to allow you have a real glimpse of ancient Ireland at its finest and fulfil you with warm memories of y - Killarney Jaunting Cars
Listen to the hammers, smell the grit, feel the heat and witness the thrill of the only surviving water-driven spade mill in Ireland. Visitors can watch as red hot billets of steel are removed from the forge and fashioned into spades using the mills massive trip hammer. - Discover the history and culture behind the humble spade
- Spade Mill tour - Pattersons Spade Mill
The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum illustrates the way of life past and present, and the traditions of people in the north of Ireland. The Folk Museum invites you to visit a typical Ulster town of the early 1900s and to stroll through yesteryears countryside with its farms, cottages, crops and livestock. On a daily basis visitors can see a number - Ulster Folk and Transport Museum
Nendrum Monastery, was founded with the blessing of St Patrick, and was at its prime in the year 1000. It is a magic spot, a beautiful island accessible by bridges, with dry stone walls, heavenly views and a guide & site display The remains of this important pre-Norman monastery include three concentric enclosures (stone walls), with ruined church - Nendrum Monastic Site
The Visitors Centre Tour gives you an opportunity to witness how the crystal is produced, from molten crystal through to finished masterpieces.
Its a real working environment but you can get very close up to the process and see the work almost through the eyes of the artisans.
Exhibiting one of Irelands greatest private collections of art and antiquities, dating from the Neolithic to the 20th Century, including works by Renoir, Picasso and Yeats Guided Tours
During a visit to the museum you can choose to explore the collection by yourself or take one of the regular guided tours.
There is no extra charge for tou - Hunt Museum
Beneath the wild boglands of North Mayo lies Ceide Fields, the most extensive stone age monument in the world lie.
Here you can see field systems, dwelling areas and megalithic tombs of 5,000 years ago.
In addition, the wild flora of the bog is of international importance and is bounded by some of the most spectacular rock formations and cliffs - Ceide Fields
Interesting Georgian house , birthplace and home of Charles Stewart Parnell (1846-1891) set in 500 acres of magnificent forest parkland. Lots to do from visiting the house, enjoy a snack in The Kitchen Cafe, signposted walks, picnic tables, childrens play area, and three orienteering courses.
Date for your diary - Saturday 6th July at 7.00p - Avondale House and Forest Park - The Charles Stewart Parnell Museum