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Explore County Kerry

Top recommendations from locals

Museum
“Across the road from the property, Muckross House and Gardens are worth a visit.”
  • 37 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Located on the Wild Atlantic Way in Tralee, County Kerry, Siamsa Tíre celebrates 50 years of the National Folk Theatre of Ireland - the only theatre company dedicated to protecting and developing authentic Irish traditions of music, song and dance. It presents a professional cast of full-time performers and international champion dancers, musicians and singers, all trained in the unique Siamsa Tíre style. From May to September, they perform unique productions that bring Irish traditions, folklore, culture and heritage of old to life and showcase the best of Irish music, song and dance.”
  • 16 locals recommend
History Museum
“Museum in an idyllic location. The are fairy trails in the gardens that is a great way to entertain kids also”
  • 18 locals recommend
History Museum
“The Main Gallery is home to priceless archaeological objects, impressive life-size dioramas, exquisitely crafted models and informative wall displays that narrate the story of Kerry’s people and landscape from the earliest times up until the 20th Century. Other exhibitions are Tom Crean Room, Archaeology Hall and the Medieval Experience www.kerrymuseum.ie”
  • 8 locals recommend
Library
“It has a number of shops in the one location and it is close to centre of town.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Museum
“Right in the middle of town, don't miss it! and if you're up to it, do the river walk towards Ross Castle and island, it is beautiful!”
  • 3 locals recommend
Store
“It is a beautiful National Park for walking or cycling in and enjoying the scenery of the mountains and lakes”
  • 10 locals recommend
Museum
“A must see when in Killarney, you’re close to the torc water fall then go and visit it that too. Farther more will bethe Ladies view its an amazing panoramic view of Kerry. ”
  • 4 locals recommend
Library
“Killarney is a town in county Kerry which is just under an hour’s drive from Ballyclough. It is one of the top 10 tourist attractions in the world. It is a stop on the Ring of Kerry scenic drive and the start and finishing point of the 200 km Kerry Way walking trail. Various attractions in Killarney include Muckross House and Gardens Killarney boasts a thriving tourist hub of traditional Irish pubs, restaurants and shops. Just 12 miles away is the celebrated Ladies View, a National Park with sweeping green plains, craggy peaks and a rich variety of wildlife. You can hire a horse-drawn cart or explore the region on foot whilst marvelling the fabulous views before you. There are also a wonderful choice of beaches in the area, the most popular being Rossbeigh, Inch, Kells, and Banna Strand. Traditional Jaunting Car tour and Killarney Race Course which is one of the great attractions. All meetings at the scenic location are incorporated into three summer festivals in the months of May, July and August. Primarily, racing is held in the evening making the racecourse the ideal venue to round off a day of local sightseeing. It costs 20 euros admission”
  • 35 locals recommend
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Museum
“Find out how a Monorail system designed for use in the desert and inspired by pack camels ended up running between Listowel and Ballybunion from 1888-1924. See black and white footage from that era and take a trip on the train. Interesting and fun, and run by knowledgeable volunteers. ”
  • 4 locals recommend
Museum
“A good introduction to the writers that have made Listowel the Literary Capital of Ireland.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Brilliant place to shop for gifts, have a great cake and a coffee and enjoy all the art and sculpture.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Museum
  • 1 local recommends
History Museum
“Derrynane beach, house and gardens (1 hour on the ring of Kerry road.) the BEST beach but no shelter so choose a good day. Rock pools, paddling, beautiful beach. Daniel O’Connell historic house to visit and a lovely cafe/ tea room for lunch or tea/ ice cream. Gardens have a fairy house trail too.”
  • 1 local recommends
Museum
“The end of the world, remote and fantastic views from the Lighthouse. You will see most of Clare getting there.”
  • 2 locals recommend