Watch History Come to Life!
Step into a world of fascinating heritage and engineering marvels at Blennerville Windmill. Nestled in the scenic beauty of County Kerry, our iconic windmill stands tall as a testament to Ireland’s rich history and the ingenuity of its people.
As you embark on your journey through time, prepare to be captivated by the stories of Blennerville and its vital role as a port of emigration during the 1800s. Immerse yourself in the sights, sounds, and tales of those who once walked these lands.
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Don’t forget to explore our charming gift shop
Where you’ll discover a delightful array of traditional Irish crafts, books, souvenirs, and more. It’s the perfect place to find a unique memento or a special gift for someone dear.read more
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How long does a typical visit to Blennerville Windmill last?
A typical visit to Blennerville Windmill lasts approximately one hour. This includes a guided tour of the windmill and a visit to the on-site exhibition, which features interactive displays and information about the history of the mill and its role in the community.
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