Lisselton is a small village in the Ballydonoghue parish at the centre of north Kerry.
Writer Robert Leslie Boland and Maurice Walsh, the author of The Quiet Man both came from Lisselton.
The famous Lartigue monorail passed through Lisselton from 1888 until 1924.
Lisselton Grotto was built in the Marian Year, 1954, and has recently been refurbished.
The village is also home to two well-known pubs, The Thatch Bar & Tomaisins Bar.
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