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"Daisy" the cow looking on at one of her room mates enjoying a bottle of milk!!
Muckross Abbey had a violent history and has been damaged and reconstructed many times. The friars were often persecuted and subjected to raids by marauding groups. Today the abbey is largely roofless,apart from this,it is well preserved.
Muckross House is Kerry's premier tourist destination. Queen Victoria paid a visit here, to the Herbert family, in 1861. The House was later owned, in turn, by Lord Ardilaun (of the Guinness family) and by the Bourn Vincents.
Arbutus Unedo commonly known as the Strawberry tree, despite being native to Ireland, it is not native to Britain. Also known as the Killarney Strawberry tree.
One of the many farm animals that you are able to feed while visiting the pet farm.
Some of the old style transport used in Ireland in the 30's and 40's and that is now on display at Muckross Traditional Farms. The farms provide an interesting contrast to the gentry of Muckross House.