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  1. Bín Bán Gallery

    Tralee, Kerry

    The Bín Bán or 'The White Gable' Gallery, in Tralee County Kerry, is one of Ireland's leading art galleries with a programme of national and international contemporary art. Read more

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  2. Slea Head Famine Cottages and Sheep Dog Trials

    Ventry, Kerry

    The Slea Head Famine Cottages offer an enchanting and haunting experience for visitors who would like to get a true feeling of what it was like to live in Famine Ireland. Read more

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  3. Blennerville Windmill

    Blennerville, Kerry

    Blennerville Windmill stands out as the dominant landmark in Tralee Bay in County Kerry. Come to learn about the Windmill and Blennerville's part in the Great Famine as well as to view the birds of Tralee Bay Nature Reserve. Read more

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  4. Kerry County Museum

    Tralee, Kerry

    Kerry County Museum, in Tralee explores the archaeology and history of the county of Kerry. Read more

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  5. Dún An Óir

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    Dún an Óir, or the Fort of Gold, can be found on a rock promontory in County Kerry, not far from Ballyferriter Village. It is the location of an infamous massacre of Irish, Spanish and Italian soldiers during the Second Desmond Rebellion. Read more

  6. John Hurley Gallery

    Blennerville, Kerry

    Take this opportunity to visit a professional artist in his studio. John Hurley's studio is in County Kerry where the rugged coastline of the region informs his contemporary landscape painting. Read more

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  7. Greenlane Gallery

    Dingle, Kerry

    Greenlane Gallery, in Dingle County Kerry, exhibits works by leading Irish artists. The gallery shows contemporary Irish paintings and sculpture often by leading Irish artists. Read more

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  8. Annagh Church

    Blennerville, Kerry

    Southwest of Tralee, County Kerry, people can discover the ruins of the Annagh Church, a medieval house of worship thought to date from the 15th century. Read more

  9. Priest's Stone

    Dingle, Kerry

    This Ogham stone, that stands near Dingle County Kerry, was was the first identified Ogham stone in Ireland. It was discovered in the 18th century by the Welsh antiquarian, Edward Lloyd. Read more

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  10. Arabella House

    Tralee, Kerry

    Arabella House is a late Georgian country house, packed with many original architectural features and a distinguished history. Read more

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