Blarney Castle and Gardens, home of the famous Blarney Stone, is a great place for a day out in Cork.
Incredible gardens surround Blarney Castle, built in 1446 by the King of Munster. Explore themed gardens like the tropical Fern Garden and the Poison Garden with its deadly and dangerous plants from around the world, including the caged specimens of deadly nightshade, wolfsbane and poison ivy. Don’t forget to visit the Rock Close where you'll find an ancient druidic settlement and witch’s kitchen.
Relax after your rambles in the Blarney Castle stable yard and café or browse the Court Exhibition Rooms and the souvenir shops.
The Stable Yard Café menu features a unique loganberry ice cream made from fruit picked on the estate – a royal treat at Blarney Castle.