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Glengowla Mines Oughterard, Ireland
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Oughterard
As a homeschooling family - this is a perfect place for learning, as a person who loves rocks, well the museum offers a wonderful array from the site as well as from around the world and, to see the different samp...
... - area very well kept and areas for picnic tables, and great sunny weather, meant we could spend a few hours and the kids loved "panning for gold/jewels" - there is a lovely gift shop, tea/coffee, treats on site.
The Donkey Sanctuary Mallow, Ireland 50.7 km away
#1 of 7 Sights & Landmarks in Mallow
... and they all looked so happy and relaxed, complete with a gift shop and adopt a donkey service, you could also donate to have plaques on benches, fences, trees, the farm walk was pleasant with scenic views!
You can walk along any of several well maintained paths and view different groups of donkeys in the fields.
Leahys Open Farm County Cork, Ireland 9.5 km away
#2 of 177 Sights & Landmarks in County Cork
The food in the coffee shop is good but s bit on the expensive side, but there are plenty places to eat a picnic on site if you bring one.
There are a number of playgrounds on the site with a big maze as well.
Collegiate Church Of St. Mary Youghal, Ireland 23.2 km away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Youghal
Within the grounds we strolled around the ancient Graveyard Trail, being sure to walk the 13th century Town Walls, enjoying the panoramic views of the town, awesome piccies to be had.
However, do give yourself time to view it as the resident guide is full of fantastic stories about the church and its history.
Sky Road Clifden, Ireland
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Clifden
A wonderful walk, easy access, rewarded with stunning views....plenty to see and a new delight around every corner .....about half way, you are rewarded with a house selling home-made ice-cream!
Incredible views abound if the weather is with you the west coast of Ireland and Connamra offer an incredible array of topography with a lot of sites to take in an area well worth your time
St. Patrick's Well Clonmel, Ireland 38.4 km away
#1 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Clonmel
It's lovely for families to go sit relax chill view is brilliant as well kids love it water would amuse them alot
Visitors to County Tipperary won’t want to miss St Patrick’s Well, (located just outside the town of Clonmel, near Marfield Village) The picturesque site is a popular destination for pilgrims and tourists alike.
Cobh Cathedral Cobh, Ireland 29.8 km away
#1 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Cobh
This is truly one of the most amazing gothic cathedrals in the world,it is very high above Cobh with fantastic views of Cork harbour which is one of largest natural harbours in the world,visitors are welcome to go...
It's a wonderful sight,have been here before,and love it's view,size and great character,a town with such a church is a prosperous place,when you up here you have a magnificent view,there are a lot of steps up,so...
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Ballycotton Cliff Walk Cork, Ireland 30.8 km away
#1 of 56 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
A must do walk in East Cork famous for their potato Ballycotton has stunning views and beautiful local birds It's a nice stroll at the scenery is breathing Also you get on a ferry and visit the lighthouse a must d...
Amazing nature, green fields with cows grazing and the sea waves, all within your view from one single spot.
University College Cork (UCC) Cork, Ireland 36.4 km away
#2 of 56 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
It is quite a large campus, yet compact enough to stroll around at a leisurely pace taking in the views and sights.
The students, professors, physical plant, care of the gardens, the beauty is breath-taking; lest I forget the Chapel (independent of the school but none-the-less a part of the school grounds), the story and site o...
Camden Fort Meagher Cork, Ireland 33.9 km away
#3 of 56 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
The tunnels are impressie as are the views and its well worth stopping to chat to the friendly and knowlegable blue tee-shirted volunteers who provide an excellent insight into the heritage and life of cork harbour.
... castle that when kissed will give you the gift of speech or "gab" as they say in Cork! Cobh on the east side of the harbour, a town of hills and towering cathedral that gives an incredible view of the harbour.
Mitchelstown Cave Burncourt, Ireland 23.7 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Burncourt
Facilities are basic..no coffee shop..toilets are extremely clean, and picnic benches are on site and view of Galtee mountains is fantastic.
It was a lovely day, so we enjoyed the scenic view as we waited for our guided tour.
Charles Fort Kinsale, Ireland 51.7 km away
#2 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Kinsale
Wonderfully preserved and rich with history, Charles Fort also offers beautiful views of Kinsale harbor, a historic lighthouse at one edge of the fort, a lovely museum within the fort housing interesting displays...
Some much history, takes you back to what it must have been the live and to serve there, good value entry, helpful staff, really large site and lots to see, some fantastic views to compliment the history
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Swiss Cottage Cahir, Ireland 31.9 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Cahir
A leisurely nature trail connects the castle and cottage and both sites are well worth frequenting.
What a marvelous site and a great getaway from the traffic of the town and castle.
St Declan's Well and Oratory Ardmore, Ireland 30.6 km away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Ardmore
The various historical remains provide a fascinating insight into the history of Ardmore throughout the ages coupled with some of the best and most spectacular views we have enjoyed during our years in Ireland.
Lovely spot very easy to access where the view and peace are supreme, in the spring plenty of bird song and wild flowers
Blarney Castle & Gardens Blarney, Ireland 36.7 km away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Blarney
Fantastic surroundings, amazing scenario, great views, a great castle to visit, a wonderful house, waterfalls, gardens, you name it.
... the gardens are awesome and if you enter to the castle in the top of it before you kiss the stone for the gift of the eloquence you will be able to see the little town of Blarney so you will have a perfect view.
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St. Peter and Paul's Church Cork, Ireland 33.2 km away
#4 of 56 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
There is no real view of the building but the interior is quite magnificent.
Hore Abbey Cashel, Ireland 49.4 km away
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Cashel
Again, this is a great piece of history with a chance to see an beautiful Abbey and using your imagination you can place yourself back in time.Great for the kids and a great add on site.
The abby is free to visit, and there are just some great sights, including old graves, and the abby just out there in the middle of a meadow.
Rock of Cashel Cashel, Ireland 49.7 km away
#2 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Cashel
Had a great day here fantastic views of the surrounding area and first class guided tour Well worth a visit when in the area plenty of history and you can join a guided tour or just wander round at your own pace a...
Wonderful archaeological site with monastic ruins of a Gothic Cathedral and Romanesque Chapel ( Cormac's Chapel commissioned by early Irish King Cormac MacCarthy.
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Cahir Castle County Tipperary, Ireland 33.6 km away
#7 of 48 Sights & Landmarks in County Tipperary
We took a bus (Bus Eireann) from Limerick to Cahir and thoroughly enjoyed the most picturesque 1.5 hour ride with beautiful views of the Galtee Mountains and peaceful emerald pastures of the Tipperary county on th...
Great guided tour, fascinating history and a truly beautiful site.
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Comeragh Drive Waterford, Ireland 62.5 km away
#2 of 18 Sights & Landmarks in Waterford
The mountains are accessible by car and if you opt to take a walk from the car parks, you can visit Mahon falls or even take a climb to one of the summits and you will see a breathtaking view of the whole county a...
Beautiful unspoiled countryside with breathtaking views, mountains and the Atlantic ocean in one area, very peaceful too
Cork City Gaol Cork, Ireland 34.5 km away
#5 of 56 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
Very cheap day out , beautiful views, great information , very impressed will defiantly be back , have a cafe that you can get a bite to eat and picnic tables outside great on a sunny day , would be a beautiful pl...
A little piece of history preserved for your perusal well worth a visit if you like to see the more unusual sights
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Annie Moore Statue Cobh, Ireland 34.7 km away
#2 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Cobh
She stands at the site of her departure from Ireland accompanied by her two brothers Anthony and Philip, before she boarded the SS Nevada to start her new life in America.
Great View
St. Anne's Church Cork, Ireland 33.0 km away
#6 of 56 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
Awsome place & definitely a "not to miss place"in Cork... - for history geek ( like me) it is on the iconic place of interest to visit - it is fun :) ( you can ring the bells) - you get a wonderful view from the t...
great views at the top and once down please please please chat to mary on the door she is a lovely lady with a wealth of knowledge and more so great to talk to a superb character .
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Aughnanure Castle Oughterard, Ireland
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Oughterard
It was plenty slick and muddy - but it highlights the limestone underpinings of the castle including a few caves (which were relevant when learning the history of the site).
Great day out, nice to chill out, relax take in all the sights.
Elizabeth Fort Cork, Ireland 33.7 km away
#7 of 56 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
He makes the history of Cork and the function of the fort so interesting with so much humour and wit! Amazing views and ask Steve about the phrases "It's cold enough to freeze the balls of a brass monkey" "I'll no...
Only a two minute walk from the city centre and near to St Fin Barre's Cathedral so worth visiting both sights.
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Blarney Stone County Cork, Ireland 36.7 km away
#24 of 177 Sights & Landmarks in County Cork
We started in Dublin and took the train to Cork, where there, we boarded a bus to take us around Cork, to the Blarney Castle (where we kissed the Blarney Stone) and to a Irish Heritage site to learn about the Pota...
A great castle, beautiful gardens and enjoyable sights.
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Fota House, Arboretum and Gardens County Cork, Ireland 24.7 km away
#25 of 177 Sights & Landmarks in County Cork
This has a relaxing atmosphere and great Home made food and delightful views of the marvelous panoramic gardens and adjoining the Arboretum - unique gardens with trees and plants from all over the world.
From the minute we went to view fota house they were brilliant (even before we decided to book it) Vincent and the staff were friendly and professional from start to finish.
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Greyhound Stadium - Curraheen Park Cork, Ireland 32.3 km away
#8 of 56 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
We had dinner in the restaurant with full view of the greyhounds racing.
St Fin Barre's Cathedral Cork, Ireland 33.9 km away
#9 of 56 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
You will enjoy just strolling around and just looking at the architectural detail... Fab views of Cobb harbour and beyond from the height of the platform around the cathedral.
Built on a site where monasteries and churches have existed since the seventh century, St Finn Barre's is a wonderful example of Victorian Gothic Revival architecture.
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Holy Cross Abbey Tipperary, Ireland 39.8 km away
#1 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Tipperary
Beautifully restored Monastic site and Church from the 12th century
Many burial sites here and still the inscriptions.can