Top Places for Art and Cultural Activities in Tralee

A trip to Tralee cannot be complete without understanding its rich heritage. The art and cultural activities in Tralee will give you an insight into the city's history, traditions, and artwork. While visiting the cultural attractions in Tralee would prove to be informative, attending its artsy events will leave you entertained. From cultural performances to historical monuments that give you a glimpse of the past, take a look at this list to know Tralee better. Include these in attractions in your itinerary for Tralee and have a great vacation.

Check the list of top places for art and culture in Tralee:

  1. Siamsa Tire

    4.6 (713 Votes)
    Siamsa Tire

    Art And Culture, Entertainment, Performance, Theatre

    In 1957, a young curator Fr Pat Ahern was sent to Kerry to establish a choir at St.John’s Chruch in Tralee. The choir received tremendous admirors and soon the Friar decided to explore more opportunities. They called themselves Siamsóirí na Ríochta. The choir preserved some of the folk music and dance like ‘Munnix’ which would have disappeared otherwise. T...Read more
  2. Rattoo Round Tower

    4.4 (118 Votes)
    Rattoo Round Tower

    Ancient Ruin, Historical Site, Tower, Architecture

    Built around 1100, the Rattoo Round Tower is round tower near a monastery at Ballyduff. Round Tower have a characteristic appeal to Ireland and are known for their unique and effective construction. The Monastery was founded by Bishop Lughach, one of the first Christians to evangelise Kerry County. Tourists love to visit the place due to its unique ‘dry-stone’ construction that is s...Read more
  3. Blennerville Windmill

    4.4 (472 Votes)
    Blennerville Windmill

    Art Gallery, View Point, Restaurant, Specialty Shop

    Located in Tralee Bay, Blennerville Windmill was built by Sir Rowland Blennerhassett in 1800. The windmill was used to grind corn for both the local population and for export to Britain. In the middle of 19th Century, the windmill fell into ruins due to introduction of steam power, silting of the Blennerville river channel and the building of the Fenit Harbour in 1880. In 1984 reconstruction of...Read more
  4. Saint John's Church - Tralee

    Church, Religious Site, Architecture , Cathedral

    Located just off the town centre, St John’s Church is one of few popular churches in the whole of Ireland. The church was originally built in 1623 during the time of Sir Edward Denny. Destroyed twice in 1642 and 1691, the church was later reconstructed in 1700. Known for its majestic Victorian architecture which makes it one of the highlights of Ireland, the church has the most pristine s...Read more
  5. Bin Ban Gallery

    Art And Culture, Art Museum, Art Gallery, Museum

    One of Tralee’s hidden gems, the Bin Ban Gallery is located deceptively in the heart of the town. The gallery is known for its rather large collection of popular Irish artists. You can buy your favourite piece of art here at reasonable price. The gallery has a relaxing ambience to help you have a comfortable time while cruising through some of Ireland’s best art-work. Drop by the ga...Read more