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  1. Tarbert Bridewell Visitor Centre

    Tarbert, Kerry

    The Bridewell Museum in Tarbert, County Kerry, offers a tour of the museum, coffee shop, gift shop and a tourist information point from friendly and dedicated staff. Read more

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  2. Ratass Church

    Tralee, Kerry

    Ratass Church is the oldest building in Tralee Town. It was one of the first ecclesiastical settlements established under the Irish Church Government in County Kerry. The church boasts fascinating moulding and an Ogham stone. Read more

  3. Kells Bay House And Gardens

    Kells, Kerry

    Kells Bay Gardens cover just over 17 hectares of varying terrain, in a short V-shaped valley on the northern slopes of the Iveragh Peninsula, overlooking Dingle Bay. Open all year round, please check web site for further information. Read more

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  4. Ballyheigue Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Ballyheigue, Kerry

    Ballyheigue Blue Flag Beach is an extensive sandy beach located beside Ballyheigue in County Kerry. It looks out over Tralee Bay and is great place for swimming, surfing, walking and other water sports activities. Read more

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  5. Celtic & Prehistoric Museum

    Dingle, Kerry

    A large archaeological collection of authentic artefacts from the Jurassic, Stone Age, Bronze Age, Celtic and Viking eras including the only genuine fossil Woolly Mammoth, Dinosaur egg nest, and Cave Bear skeleton in Ireland. Read more

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  6. St Mary's Catholic Church Killarney

    Killarney, Kerry

    Located in Killarney, St Mary’s is the cathedral of the Catholic Diocese of Kerry. The beautiful Gothic-style structure was designed by Augustus Pugin and dedicated to Mary in 1855. Read more

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  7. Valentia Heritage Centre

    Knightstown, Kerry

    Visit the local heritage centre, once a schoolhouse (1861 - 1976) which tells of its past history, the island's history and the telegraph era. Read more

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  8. Bonane Heritage Park

    Kenmare, Kerry

    The Bonane Heritage Park, in Bonane County Kerry, provides visitors with a 2000 metre walk on gravel paths through 5000 years of history while enjoying some breathtaking scenery including one of the most significant stone circles in Ireland. Read more

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  9. Inch Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Inch, Kerry

    Inch Beach is three miles of sandy beach, ideal for bathing, sea angling, surfing and many other water sports. It is located on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry. Read more

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  10. Dunloe Ogham Stones

    Killarney, Kerry

    At Dunloe, near Killarney in County Kerry, a group of eight Ogham stones stand as proud testament to an ancient culture. The stones were removed to their present day location in the 19th century. Read more

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