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The wife and I were driving around looking to kill a little time so we stopped by this site based on Trip Advisor reviews. It was close to 4:15 not realizing they closed at 5:30 and we hate being “those people.” We expected to pay...More
We were driving out to Dingle and this seemed like a worthwhile spot to stop. So glad we did! The staff were so friendly and our guide was both funny and informative. Very reasonable admission fee and lovely views. Apparently a little family of otters...More
My family and I visited the windmill after we were passing it on the way to Dingle. My Aunt had visited years previously and had given it praise so we popped in.
With a short film, a museum and a guided tour, it was very...More
Lovely little visitor centre with information about immigration and ships with a lovely gift shop. Our tour guide for the windmill was really friendly and got the kids involved. Very educational learning about the running of the mill. Well worth stopping for a look!
The windmill sticks out like a beacon and we couldn't pass without stopping to look, really glad we did because it was so interesting. Our guide 'Joe' brought us right to the top and explained the workings in great detail. The interpretive centre was also...More
If you’re in the Tralee or Dingle area and heading north, the windmill is worth a quick stop if nothing else to appreciate it from the outside. Pretty structure with a nice backdrop if you photograph it from the correct angle.