County Kerry

Muckross Gardens and Traditional Farm

This place is ideal for children and adults. You can learn how farming used to be managed in more traditional times.

Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium

Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium is a new attraction. It deals with the fascinating species that live in the waters around the magnificent Dingle Peninsula.

Killarney National Park

Killarney National Park covers 10,000 hectares (25,000 acres) and contains 3 lakes and is surrounded by mountains.The Park protects many floral species.

Killarney Model Railway

This is a good attraction for all the family. Trains will transport you through landscapes of all of Europe.

Kenmare Heritage Centre

This Centre gives you some information about history of the town and about the generations who lived there.

Kerry Bog Village Museum

This unique rural attraction aims to recreate life during the 1800's. This area of the "Kingdom of Kerry" is really beautiful.

Kerry Woollen Mills

The Mills (dating originally from the 17th century) are still visible in the county.

Crag Cave

Crag Cave will let you discover wonderful stalactites and stalactmites. This exceptional place discovered in 1983 (is amillion years old) is a natural attraction.

Skellig Islands

These 2 islands are located near Valentia. One is full of birds of many types and on the other, there is lighthouse dating from the year 1865. The cliffs are beautiful.

Traditional festivals

The Puck Fair, one of the last Celtic festivals of the country, takes place in Killorglin (on the Ring of Kerry) at the end of August (generally on 10th, 11th, and 12th).

The Rose of Tralee is also a festival which is really very traditional. It takes place in Dingle's peninsula at the end of August as well.

Activities

  • Golfing
  • Cycling
  • Equestrian
  • WaterSports
  • Walking
  • Nationals parks
  • Many history and archaeology centers, museums, castles ...

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