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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. Kenmare Lace and Design Centre

    Kenmare, Kerry

    The Kenmare Lace and Design Centre hosts an antique lace exhibition, lacemaking demonstrations, lace for sale, lacemaking materials and general haberdashery, in Kenmare County Kerry. Read more

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  3. 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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  4. Tarbert House

    Tarbert, Kerry

    Home of the Leslie family since 1690, Tarbert House is a Queen Anne Georgian building. Read more

  5. Maherabeg Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Castlegregory, Kerry

    Maherabeg Beach is an extensive sandy beach and dune system. It is located in Castlegregory, County Kerry and is a protected area. Read more

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  6. Carol Cronin's Gallery

    Dingle, Kerry

    Carol Cronin’s seascape paintings are inspired by the Atlantic coast of County Kerry. Her gallery and studio is based in the seaside village of Dingle. This is a great opportunity to meet the artist where she works. Read more

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  7. Ballybunion North Blue flag Beach 2014

    Ballybunion, Kerry

    Ballybunion North Beach is an extensive sandy beach located near the town of Ballybunion in County Kerry. It is surrounded by a rocky headland and dunes which run all the way to the town. Read more

  8. Molly Gallivan's Cottage and Traditional Farm

    Bonane, Kerry

    At Molly Gallivan’s Cottage and Traditional Farm, in Bonane County Kerry, the visitor will experience the simple lifestyle in rural Ireland before the days of electricity and modern conveniences. Read more

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  9. Cathair Chonroí

    Camp, Kerry

    Cathair Chonroí, at the edge of the Slieve Mish Mountains in County Kerry, was once the fortress of one of Celtic Ireland's mythical heroes Cú Roí mac Dáiri. Now only the impressive remnants of this Dun Fort and the spectacular views remain. Read more

  10. The Old Barracks

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    The Old Barracks Heritage Centre exhibition is situated in a former Royal Irish Constabulary Barracks overlooking the river and Cahersiveen Marina. Read more

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