Kerry County Museum is delighted to welcome back The School of Irish Archaeology/ The Big Dig as part of Architecture Kerry 2022. Workshops for local primary and secondary schools will take place Thursday 29th & Friday 30th September, while family workshops run on Saturday 1st October. All schools and families participating in The Big Dig can also visit the museum for free as part of the festival. To book please contact the museum at 066 7127777.

Architecture Kerry celebrates Kerry’s architectural heritage. This weekend festival features talks, guided tours and exhibitions to showcase the extraordinary built environment on offer in Kerry and is open to people of all ages. The vision behind Architecture Kerry is to show why good architecture, design and vibrant public spaces are vital to our quality of life. Experience exciting opportunities to visit some hidden gems throughout the County with tours led by architects and owners. Some buildings are open for one weekend only. There is a wide variety of buildings on offer from the science and technology sector, private architect-designed homes, the best in state architecture, passive buildings, Kerry Lighthouses, historic houses, castles, forts and much, much more!

Architecture Kerry is supported by Kerry County Council, the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, the Heritage Council, the OPW, RIAI, IAF, and forms part of the Creative Ireland Kerry programme. It is facilitated by the owners and custodians of Kerry’s built environment.

View the full event programme here: Architecture Kerry 2022