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Tralee Tourist Information Centre
Tralee, Co. Kerry
To make the most of your holiday in Ireland, make sure your first stop is a visit to one of Fáilte Ireland's Tourist Information Centres where you will receive free, personalised independent advice, information, maps and literature tailored to enhance your holiday experience.

The staff are happy to help you discover the many places of interest around the country, including The Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland's Ancient East, Ireland's Hidden Heartlands and Dublin.

Stop by Tralee Tourist Information Centre for useful tips and bespoke information to help you make the most of your visit. Explore the extensive Tralee Town Park, famous for its Rose Garden. Discover the rich archaeology, heritage, and history of Kerry at Kerry County Museum. Take in a performance at Siamsa Tíre - The National Folk Theatre of Ireland. Get close to nature and wildlife at Tralee Bay Wetlands ECO & Activity Park or test your skills at The Aqua Dome indoor waterworld. The Tralee Ship Canal offers a scenic 3km walk along the tow path to Blennerville village on the shores of Tralee Bay with its dominant landmark the Blennerville Windmill.  Explore the Tralee to Fenit Greenway walking and cycling trail.

Contact details
Ashe Memorial Hall, Denny St, Tralee, Co. Kerry, V92 K500, Ireland
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