Things to do

Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre

Tralee Bay Nature Reserve is a site of considerable international importance. It covers some 2500 ha and stretches from Tralee town westwards to Fenit Harbour and Cloghane, encompassing Tralee Bay, Brandon Bay and the Magharees Peninsula. It includes extensive mudflats at the eastern end, the beaches of Derrymore Island, the sand dunes and lagoons of the Magharees Peninsula. Both the River Lee and Brandon (Owenmore) estuaries feature wide expanses of sheltered intertidal flats, often fringed with saltmarsh vegetation. For More information please click here.

Kerry County Museum

Incorporating the theme park ‘Kerry: The Kingdom’ and an exhibit which depicts life in medieval Geraldine Tralee.

Siamsa Tire Folk theatre

Is the home of the National Folk Theatre of Ireland.

Blennerville Windmill

Ireland’s largest still functioning windmill is located about 2 Km outside the town

The Aqua Dome Tralee

A large indoor water leisure facility with a mini-golf course, located near Fels point, just off the Dan Spring road, at the Western exit from the town. The Sliabh Mish mountain range acts as a pretty backdrop to the site.