Ross Castle

Located on the shores of Lough Leane, the 15th century Ross Castle was built by O’Donoghue Mór which then came into the hands of the Browne family and is now run by the Office of Public Works. The castle and surrounding lands make up Killarney National Park, Ross Castle was one of the last in Ireland to succumb to Cromwell forces. Containing 16th and 17th oak furniture as well as much of the original structure still in place today, the castle is an extremely enjoyable visit. 

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