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Our guide was passionate and had a wide range of specialised knowledge and too care to ensure we were well look after.
However we do not recommend a visit as it is too small for the price. You only see a small exhibition and 2...More
We missed the signpost to get to the centre, when we was on the correct road it was very narrow. However when you find the centre it is well worth the journey. The centre is small and probably takes no more than an hour to...More
The Kennedy Homestead was well worth the visit! It is in a beautiful area of the countryside and the exhibit was very captivating. The tour guide, Mary, was very knowledgeable and welcoming and really tried to make our time there enjoyable. Would highly recommend visiting...More
Visited the Kennedy homestead today. What a joy. Excellent visitor experience. Mary was very knowledgeable and spent time explaining the Kennedy family tree. Mary is certainly a gem at the Kennedy Homestead.
We were here a few years before the visitor centre was built and was interesting but now it is on a whole new level and you can really immerse yourself in the Kennedy history . We brought 2 grandchildren aged 9 and 7 and they...More
My wife just finished a book on kick kennedy so when she saw this place online she insisted we went. I'm delighted we did. Very interesting look at the kennedy family tree and their origins. The guide was extremely knowledgeable and made the tour for...More
We really enjoyed our visit to the Centre. It was very informative and entertaining and well laid out for the visitors. We had visited here many years ago in the '70's and all that was to be seen then was the cottage. Now with the...More
We found this well worth a visit. The staff are very well informed and take pride in their knowledge. The homestead itself is extremely well kept and immaculately clean. The tour is excellent and a lovely piece of Irish history.
This visitor centre, located close to New Ross is the ancestral home of JFK. He visited here in 1963 during his trip to Ireland. The Homestead tour includes a number of interactive exhibits which tell the story of the Kennedy family and in particular JFK...More