Kerry County Museum

The exhibits in the Kerry County Museum span thousands of years of human history from approximately 8,000 BC right up to the present day. The Ashe Memorial Hall is named after the Irish veteran of the 1916 Easter Rising, Thomas Ashe who died on prison hunger strike.Tom Crean, the Kerry born, Antarctic explorer who accompanied the Scott and Shackleton expeditions is featured in one of the exhibitions. The medieval experience recreates what Tralee was like around 1450 AD.



Ashe Memorial Hall,

Denny Street,


Co. Kerry

Telephone: +353 (0) 66 7127777


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