We loved this - the farm and gardens way more than the actual house the walk through the older set up was fab plus a taste of homemade bread . A winner all right .
About Muckross House, Gardens & Traditional Farms
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I went to Muckross House with my mother and son-in-law in November 2017. We enjoyed the lovely views around the house. Tour of the inside was a bit of a disappointment. But others may find it interesting.
Although our group was not able to access the house during our visit, we did have the chance to explore the beautiful grounds. There are formal gardens which are lovely as well as a multitude of little pathways that lead you through all types of...More
It must be 20 years since I was in Muckross House last and I was delighted to see all the improvements. The house is in fantastic condition and it was lovely to be able to wander through so many of the rooms. Our guide Mary...More
Plan 3+ hours for an extended visit with the many sights, activities at this site. We toured MuckRoss house and the grounds. Their sweater and hat store are one of the best we encountered in Ireland and we toured completely around the island. The weather...More
The grounds are expansive and pleasant, and the house itself is beautiful. It was unfortunate that so little of the rooms of the house were accessible on the tour. The saving grace were the lovely gardens, large and unique tree plantings, and the tiered beds...More
Muckross never fails to please no matter what the season. Parking is safe and free! Entry to the gardens is also free. There is an entry fee to the house and farm. The house is well worth a visit but if you decide not to...More
There is much to see here including a tour of the house and gardens, short walks to longer hikes around the lake, having tea at the distant tea house, or taking a stroll to a nearby waterfall. They offer a cafeteria for snacks and lunch...More