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Top recommendations from locals

Art Gallery
“Discover Siamsa Tíre, a renowned venue for showcasing traditional Irish music, song, dance folk productions and drama on stage. The National Folk Theatre of Ireland is involved in the preservation of Ireland’s cultural heritage through vibrant and colourful theatrical entertainment. Book your ticket to see a performance from a cast of over 100 performers, comprising of dancers, singers and musicians, all professionally trained in the signature Siamsa style. Journey to this lively theatre during the Summer Season with its programme of unique and vibrant shows that are performed in Ireland and abroad. Siamsa Tíre also has Irish dance and song workshops for visitors to learn some original Irish dance steps and songs from the stage repertoire. Delve deeper into the arts with their continuous calendar of visual arts events which take place throughout the year in the galleries and exhibition area.”
  • 20 locals recommend
Shopping Plaza
“only a few minutes away, a brilliant shopping experience that will suit everyone”
  • 8 locals recommend
Water Park
“This is the perfect place to take the family on a rainy day! Great fun for the whole family, though especially the kids, on the water slides, rapids and tides. Adults can also take a break from the fun and relax in the modern spa, which includes two saunas, two steam rooms, a plunge pool and heated marble seats and recliners. ”
  • 19 locals recommend
Other Great Outdoors
“Located on the gateway to the Dingle Peninsula and on the Wild Atlantic Way, Tralee Bay Wetlands is a must. Designed as a microcosm of the wild nature reserve, it is a lovely relaxed place to visit even just to stroll around the grounds. it is also a perfect starting point for a picturesque stroll along the old tow path of Tralee Ship Canal to Blennerville Village. Cross over the Canal Swing bridge with views of Tralee Bay and the Windmill on your right. Turn left after the bridge onto Kearneys Road to return with a view of Tralee Bay Nature Reserve on your left. Log into for full directions, descriptions and history of the area.”
  • 13 locals recommend
History Museum
“If you visit Tralee, the museum is worth some time. Great Irish history, and you'll enjoy the floor that sends you back in time about 800 years to early Tralee during the medieval period.”
  • 9 locals recommend
“Family run bar and restaurant, carvery lunch available till 3pm and evening restaurant upstairs ”
  • 4 locals recommend
Place to shop
“Large Tesco situated in Tralee at the Manor Shopping Mall. This is out of town mall with lots of other shops. also here is the Manor Hotel which has nice lunch time food”
  • 5 locals recommend
  • 4 locals recommend
“Early bird all evening, €23 for 4 course excellent food and value, lovely friendly staff great place to visit.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Thai Restaurant
“Great for eat in or takeaway, 10 mins walk from home, in the heart of Tralee town. Great for families and more..”
  • 5 locals recommend
Historic Site
“A trip to Blennerville Windmill is a must when visiting Tralee. It is the largest working windmill in Ireland with Audio Visual, Immigration, Model Railway and Farm Exhibitions. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
“10 mins from home. In the centre of town, always busy with locals, but they will find you a spot. If you want a traditional Irish dinner, this is the place. Well priced. In he mornings, it is lovely for a coffee and scone or tart. Worth a visit. And the Guinness is great here.”
  • 4 locals recommend
“We get many guests that stay while attending weddings and functions at The Rose Hotel. ”
  • 4 locals recommend
Point of Interest
  • 1 local recommends