Bonane Heritage Park, County Kerry

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Bonane Heritage Park is an private archaeological preserve and tourist attraction between Bonane and Kenmare in County Kerry, Ireland.

The area is surrounded by the Sheehy and Caha Mountains. It is home to a number of archaeological remains, including ring fort and stone circle sites. Studies have shown that many of these sites are interrelated, and some have astronomical significance.
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  • The park's land was donated by a local family & is well-mantained by local volunteers. The points of interest have good infromation boards that make the place come alive. There are vantage points...  more »
  • Fantastic value Volunteer run Really nice and fantastic history there Really enjoyed exploring with my boy of 7 years Good for a picnic  more »
  • I liked this park. There's plenty to see if you are in the mood for a nice walk. Several interesting archaeological sites and historic areas all within the same area. Very interesting place if you are interested in Irish and Celtic history.
  • Multi period archaeological sites with astro alignments and set with in spectacular mountain scenery

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