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Bonane Heritage Park

Bonane Heritage Park

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An archaeological preserve near Kenmare containing Stone, Bronze and Iron Age gems


Following a 2 km pathway track through the Irish Heritage park, situated between the Sheehy and Caha Mountains, in Curragraigue, Kenmare, County Kerry, Ireland, visitors can discover the The Bullaun stone, Fulacht Fiadh, The Standing stone, The Famine Ruin, Ringfort and The Stone Circle and more than 250 archaeological sites.

Danny O’Connor a local farmer close to his land, on December 16th 1999 discovered completely by accident the Stone Circle and The Standing Stone in that morning's sunshine. Later that day with his wife he continued to discover further monuments that all appeared to line up South-East.

From that day, Bonane Heritage Park became known and was put on the map.

Discover 5000 years of history, since opening to the public in 2006.
WEBSITE: wwwbonaneheritagepark.com

Bonane Heritage Park

Bonane Heritage Park

Bonane Heritage Park ring fort

Bonane Heritage Park ring fort

Bonane Heritage Park

Bonane Heritage Park

Bonane Heritage Park stone circle

Bonane Heritage Park stone circle

Bonane Heritage Park

Bonane Heritage Park

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