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Things to Do in Killarney

Killarney Attractions

Killarney is the natural start and finish point for doing the world famous Ring of Kerry and seeing the breath-taking Dingle Peninsula. Take a boat trip to see the enchanting Lakes of Killarney, visit the restored 15th century Ross Castle, and explore the natural wonders of Killarney National Park and the magnificent Victorian Mansion and Gardens at Muckross.

There is golf nearby at Lackabane Golf Course, which opened for play in 1999 is a Parkland course providing an excellent golfing challenge with enough water hazards that add both beauty and danger in equal measure.

The INEC Killarney is the largest indoor entertainment venue outside of Dublin. It regularly hosts top class musicians, artists, theatre and events. The INEC Killarney is 3.5Km from the hotel.

Kids Go Free

With an adult ticket to Crag Cave and Kerry County Museum.

Discovered in 1983, Crag Cave is thought to be over 1 million years old. Experience a magical wonderland of stalagmites and stalactites during your 30 minute tour of the cave. Crag Cave is an all-weather visitor attraction located in Castleisland Co. Kerry.

The Medieval Experience at Kery County Museum recreates Tralee in 1450. Here you can stroll through the streets, experiencing the sights, sounds and smells of a bustling medieval community. Be introduced to a Norman family in the Knight’s Hall, the Fitzgeralds or Geraldines, who established the town of Tralee in the 13th century. Learn about the epic adventures of Tom Crean, a world-famous adventurer and sea-farer who was born in Kerry.

There is so much to see and do in Killarney, it’s no wonder the town has been welcoming tourists for over 250 years!