The museum is situated in the village of Baile an Fheirtéaraigh (Ballyferriter), across the road from the Catholic Church.
It is in the heart of the western part of the Dingle Peninsula, an area rich in archaeological monuments, and also well known for its beautiful scenery. It is an ideal place for those who enjoy walking, and there are many wonderful beaches too. For those who prefer to be away from bustling towns, a village like Baile an Fheirtéaraigh is an ideal choice, with plenty of accommodation available, but with spectacular countryside all around you.
See our local links page to learn more about places to stay and things to do in the area.
Should you have any queries about anything to do with the museum, or need information about any aspects of the archaeology of the area (or indeed, anything else that she might be able to help with), please contact the curator, Isabel Bennett, who will do her best to help you.
Isabel is an archaeologist by primary training, and worked on the Archaeological Survey of the Dingle Peninsula, so is familiar with many aspects of the archaeology of the area.
Should you need to contact us by post, please write to
Músaem Chorca Dhuibhne,
Baile an Fheirtéaraigh,