It was nice to visit for an hour or so. My friends and I rode our bikes to the sight. There's lots of goodies in the gift shop and there's horse carts for rent at the sight.
I went on the self-guided tour of Muckross House and found it interesting, but also a wee bit laborsome. It seemed to go on and on. I very much enjoyed the first part and the staff was quite helpful and informative, but after awhile enough was enough and we left quickly. I suppose I might go again, but only if... More
The grounds, the scenery, the peacefulness and the history all combine to make a visit here almost surreal. Make sure to allow enough time to enjoy nature and history at its best.
We stayed at first class cottage in Dingle and our day to Killarney to visit friends was really good. The modern cathedral was worth a visit; we could have explored much more of the town, there were some good 'Irish woollen shops' to browse. Much longer was needed at Muckross House and gardens but the grandchildren enjoyed the carriage rides.
Even in the dead of winter (January) Muckross House and Gardens offers breath-taking views and stunning shades of green. It is definitely worth a visit. We went on a misty, cool Sunday afternoon for a tour of the house and to walk the grounds. Our guide, Patsy, was knowledgeable and funny, and she brought the history of the house to... More
nice gardens and lovely cafe and shopping area. all you need is the weather
We took a horse, carriage ride to the waterfall! You have to pay for the ride but it was so nice. You can walk the grounds as well. We also, took the house tour which was really fun!
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