Attractions in Kerry
Situated in the heart of Tralee, the Tralee Central Hotel, formerly Abbey Gate Hotel Tralee offers the perfect base for exploring Kerry. Whatever the length of your stay, we promise you’ll never be short of places to explore.
Home to the Roses, the internationally known festival of Kerry, Tralee boasts some of Ireland’s top heritage and leisure facilities. Take a trip back in time to the middle ages at the award winning ‘Kerry the Kingdom’ Museum or enjoy a play in Siamsa Tire, The National Folk Theatre of Ireland. Visit the Jeanie Johnston in Blennerville Village, only a few minutes from Tralee or make a splash in the fun-filled Aqua Dome.
The Dingle Peninsula, stretching westward from Tralee, has been attracting visitors for hundreds of years. With miles and miles of sandy beaches, remote rocky islands, towering cliffs and rolling hills, the area is one of the world's natural beauty spots.
The harbour town of Dingle is a hub of activity, with a fishing fleet, a diving centre, a sailing club, fine restaurants, traditional pubs, art galleries, shops and traditional craft. There’s so much on offer that you may have trouble fitting it all in, but whatever you do, don’t leave without saying hello to Fungi.