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Kerry County Museum, Tralee
Categories: History Museums, Museums
Kerry County Museum hosts an extensive collection of historical artifacts and documents from County Kerry. Whether you are looking for archeological, historical, or cultural information, this exhibition showcases about 4,000 objects. Some of these include sunflower pins worn in the Bronze Age and dueling pistols used by the liberator, Daniel O'Connell, in the early 19th century. Don't miss the medieval exhibit, where you can explore a recreated town from the Middle Ages, complete with sights, sounds, and smells. When you get tired, collapse into one of the beanbag chairs and read up on your history. Plan to visit Kerry County Museum and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Tralee attractions using our Tralee trip itinerary planner.
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Definitely a must see. The kids loved it. They completely cover the history of Kerry from the first settlers up to now. The kids could follow their own trail and fill out a questionnaire in the first ... read more »
Very interesting place to go on a rainy day in tralee.walk around old tralee within this building. Well worth a trip
They have a good overview of Kerry County history. The smell is a bit much, but the historical display is good.
Krishna Kaushal Panduru
Great place to learn about the history of tralee. Sometimes the entry is free
The only real museum around here. This place is great to learn more about Kerry and its past.
Small, but very informative and first class, museum.
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