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Kerry County Museum - Tralee
A history museum located in Tralee in County Kerry
Kerry County Museum is located in the Ashe Memorial Hall, a fine example of public architecture in the centre of Tralee. The building is named after Thomas Ashe, a Kerryman who was a member of the Irish Volunteers and who died on hunger strike while imprisoned in Mountjoy in 1917.The Museum aims to collect, record, preserve, display and communicate material relating to the archaeological, historical and cultural heritage of County Kerry. The Museum began collecting in 1992 and now has over 4,000 objects in its own collection.
Directions to Kerry County Museum - Tralee
Located in Tralee Town centre on Denny Street.
Tralee Accommodation Listings
Bleach Farmhouse is a traditional farmhouse set on a working beef farm. This homely bed and breakfast is scenically located beside the village of Blennerville at the start of the Dingle Way Walking Route. Bleach Farmhouse is in an ideal location for touri
Season: March - October Occupancy: Bed and Breakfast
The Forge is a purpose built, family run bed and breakfast, which provides a high standard of accommodation and is approved by Bord Failte.located in Tralee Town
Season: All Year Occupancy: Bed and Breakfast
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Forest View, Glenbeigh
Forest View is an elegant family run bed and breakfast located close to Glenbeigh village with panoramic views of forest. This beautiful, tranquil home is ideally located along the Ring of Kerry making it an ideal base for touring.
Dromin Farmhouse, Killorglin
Dromin Farmhouse is situated in the hearth of peaceful countryside, 3km from Killorglin and Miltown, facing open country views and Ireland's highest mountain.You can look forward to a warm welcome with a cup of tea and home baking upon arrival.
Located at the foot of Mount Brandon at the tip of the Dingle Peninsula, Benagh B&B is an ideal base from which to explore and enjoy an unspoilt area rich in flora, fauna and archaeological sites such as the Bronze Age Loch a'Duin Valley.