Kerry County Museum

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Adresse Location:
Tralee, (County Kerry)

The Kerry County Museum is a museum dedicated to the History of County Kerry in Ireland. Housed in the Ashe Memorial Hall building in Tralee, the museum collects and displays an impressive collection relating to the archaeological, historical and cultural heritage of County Kerry.

Visit the Kerry County Museum

A collection of more than 4000 objects!

The Kerry County Museum is one of the most comprehensive museums on the history of the area! Here you will discover everything you need to know about prehistory, Viking invasions and the Middle Ages in Kerry County.

The exhibition is interesting and very well explained. The period covered ranges from prehistory to the 20th century, giving you a better understanding of Ireland’s cultural and historical identity.

The Kerry County Museum is suitable for the whole family. A good address if you want to immerse yourself in Kerry’s history!

Kerry County Museum
Practical information

Address Address:
Denny Street - Tralee

Coordonnées GPSGPS:
52.266790, -9.706135
Opening hoursOpening hours:

Monday to Saturday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

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