Welcome to Muckross House Research Library


The aim of Muckross House Research Library is to document the traditions, way of life, and history of the people of Kerry.
Since its establishment, almost fifty years ago, the Library has played an important role as a Centre for the Collection, Storage and Preservation,
of documentary material relating to Kerry.
The Library collections have all been collected, donated, purchased, or produced in House, down through the years.
They are the property of the Trustees of Muckross House.


  • The Library collects documentary and pictorial material, which records the Folklife as well as the Social, Political, Industrial and Commercial history of County Kerry.
  • In particular, the Library aims to collect material that will help convey a sense of the uniqueness of Killarney and of its environs.


Researchers and other members of the public are welcome to visit the Library by appointment and upon completion of a Research Application Form.(Download Here)

 

Who are the Trustees of Muckross House ?

Trustees

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Who were the owners of Muckross House ?

owners

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What did Queen Victoria do at Muckross ?

queen

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What was Ireland like in the 1930s and 1940s ?

Dancing

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Music Anyone ?

  Singer

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