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Mizen Head Visitor Centre

Mizen Head | The Harbour Road, Goleen, Ireland
+353 28 35115
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Mizen Head | The Harbour Road, Goleen, Ireland
+353 28 35115
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Reviewed 2 days ago

We are from Dublin and drove to Clonakilty, we where staying for two nights and we drove then to Mizen Head. We started off with rain and thunder storm but as we drove the weather picked up to turn out to be a stunning warm,...More

Thank Benmadigan
Reviewed 3 days ago

Gorgeous walk down the hill and over the bridge down to the signal house with beautiful scenery and lots of historical information. We even saw some seals swimming underneath the bridge. Inside the visitor centre one can peruse a lot of general information about lighthouses...More

Thank nbjozi
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

My other half really wanted to go here as its the most southernly point in Ireland. I was not just as excited as him but I admit I was wrong. Yes it was 7.50 euros in each but we really enjoyed our time here. There...More

Thank shelly-ann
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

I am very glad that We did stop by here. Beautiful walk and interesting museum so spend 1-2 hours here.

Thank elinmightbeaway
Reviewed 6 days ago

Lovely drive out on the Mizen Head to the Visitor Centre. Provides interesting and informative history of the Fastnet, life as a lightkeeper and lots of information about the natural life, i.e. wildlife at sea, flora and fauna and geology of the area. Views are...More

Thank Morechristy
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Thoroughly enjoyed our drive the the end of the road at Mizen Head. The visitor center is well done. A small restaurant, gift shop and informative displays about the history and geology of the head. Tickets are sold for passage on foot out to the...More

Thank Tracy C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Mizen head is the most south westerly point in Ireland. The visitor centre has a lot of delicious food and you can even purchase from the souvenir shop too, BUT apart from the visitor centre the isn't all that much just a very expensive price...More

Thank Travel-Expert6675
Reviewed 1 week ago

Arrived on a sunny but wild windy July day really enjoyed it the steps and paths are great and the views are to die for. I enjoyed the station but felt the shop was underwhelming. I didn't try the restaurant but it looked good the...More

Thank mstaunt0n
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Went with the family. All teenagers. We were extremely impressed at how organised it was. A small fee in and then very good pathways leading all around Mizen Head. A very scary bridge to cross but totally solid and beautiful views from it! The museum...More

Thank McComish
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We weren't lucky enough for nice weather so it was disappointing. However, there is history to the location that is interesting. The cafe has wonderful food. The fish and chips with homemade slaw is delicious. The chicken and cheese sandwich wirh crisps is also tasty

Thank sugar7479
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Labhaoise L
24 April 2017|
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Response from suewestcork | Property representative |
Yes, dogs are welcome at the Mizen, but they must be kept on a lead. Enjoy your visit!
14 March 2017|
Response from suewestcork | Property representative |
No, it is open at the weekends November to February, 11am-4pm.
Caroline B
15 January 2017|
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Response from suewestcork | Property representative |
This year Mizen Head will be open from March 1 daily 10.30-5. Enjoy your visit!