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About Blarney Castle, Cork

Originally built in 1200 AD, the Blarney Castle has witnessed a lot of change of reigns and destroyed to be built back in the 1400s. Today the Blarney Castle is nothing less than a medieval marvel. The stories of the castle are fascinating if you don’t mind believing in fiction. The castle itself is sure to give you shivers as it appears a warzone from some places while being magical from other.

Highlights Include:

  • Kissing the Blarney Stone
  • Taking a walk in the Castle gardens. Don’t miss the poison garden!
  • Shopping Centre
  • Rock Close including

The castle is sure to peak your curiosity and is a must-must see for every tourist!

Blarney Castle Information

  • Do kiss the famous Blarney Stone places in the Castle. The stone has a history of people kissing it to be granted with eloquent words.
  • Be sure to not touch, smell or eat anything from the Poison Garden. Be real careful when visiting with children.

Blarney Castle Tickets Prices

  • Adult- € 12.50; Child- € 5
  • Senior/ Student- € 11;Family (2 Adults + 2 Children)- € 32

Blarney Castle Opening and Closing Hours

  • Last Admissions is 30 minutes before closing.
  • Carpark operates at same opening times as listed above
  • The Castle, Rock Close Gardens and Lakeland Walk are open all year, except Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
  • Blarney House is open from June 1st - August 31st from 10am to 2pm Monday to Saturday.

How To Get To Blarney Castle by Public Transport

  • Bus: The nearest Bus stop is from Blarney (Square Castle Hotel)

Restaurants Near Blarney Castle

  • The Golden Panda

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Address: Blarney, Co. Cork, Ireland

Phone: +353-214385252

Ticket Price: 13 EUR

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details

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  • We had a great day exploring the castle and gardens. We also got to see the house (which closes at 2 and is only open for tours in the summer) which was interesting. We lucked out having a beautiful day as well but even in the rain it's worth it to see. The castle is amazing and there are picture opportunities everywhere

  • Visited a couple of more castles around Ireland and this was the most rewarding one. Took the audio guide, which is quite informative and makes the trip much more informative. Kissing the Blarney stone was the highlight of the trip but it does not overshadow the gardens and attractions found all around the castle. Enjoyed the Fern garden and also the blarney rock area.

  • Great place to visit. Definitely one of the best kept castles around. The gardens are beautiful and are must see. We it there at 9am right when they opened. There was a line of about 30 people to get in. We went straight to the castle to see the stone. The stone is at the top of the castle and it is basically single file all the way to the top. There are naturally carved spiral staircases that are pretty steep, narrow, and tight. If slow people are in front of you it is going to take a while. It took us about 20 minutes to get to the top. You can see all the rooms on your way down so I would suggest skipping the side stops on your way up. When we left the castle the wait was already one hour at 10am.

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  • Out of all the castles I have been to in Ireland so far this one is my favorite. Kissing the balarney stone was great. Getting up was hard but that is okay it was worth it. I loved the grounds. Could easily spend an entire day here exploring. Two hours was just not enough time.

  • Had a great time here. Gardens are lovely, got to kiss the Blarney stone and explore the castle. Kids under 8 are free. You could spend hours wandering around the grounds

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