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We almost missed this beautiful ruin...had we not been looking for it and knew where we were going, we might not have noticed it across the field. There is no parking lot…a few wide spots along the road you could pull into but nothing really...More
Went there on a school trip, it was nice and quiet and you are free to roam and explore around. There are signboards around to give you a brief summary of the historical value of the place. It was in the middle of a field...More
We stopped on our way from Kilkenny to Dublin. It is hard to park, we tucked into a little spot on the road. It is worth the trip as we strolled, climbed, imagined what it would have looked like completed! Amazing history.
There seem to be three levels of castles that we have found in Ireland: you have the top tier like Cahir and Trim that have everything fixed up and it costs money and there's parking. Then you have tier two that has good parking and...More
Not easy to find as Ballymoon is sitting splendidly,as it has for 800 years,in the middle of a grass field.In all honesty there is not much to see other than the ruins of a square ancient fortification built by the Carew family in those lawless...More
It's hard to describe Ballymoon castle in more than just a partially complete castle ruins in a field. There is an information board that deciphers the remains into their original intentions, but despite not being much, it's quite nice just to walk around somewhere and...More
This was the first ruins my husband and I visited when we arrived in Ireland and it really was fun. There is no parking and it is easy to miss - we drove past the castle twice before finding it and squeezing our rental car...More