We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.
We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Attractions (269)
Activities (128)
Nightlife (58)
Shopping (63)

Things to do in County Kerry

All
Cultural
Outdoors
Sports
Landmarks
Museums
Amusement
Performances
Zoos & Aquariums
Name
Slea Head Drive (Dingle Peninsula)
Ranked #1 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Scenic Drives
Scenic drive from Dingle Town to the Dingle Peninsula and back.
Visitor photos (247)
Ranked #2 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: National Parks

There are loads of glorious areas to explore within the park: From Ross Castle one can take a boat (go with a local boatman for an informative, hisotrical and humerous adventure... more »

Visitor photos (422)
Ranked #3 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Concerts
Owner description: Celtic Steps The Show runs from March to October 2014 featuring Ireland's top entertainers. It will take you through the... more » Owner description: Celtic Steps The Show runs from March to October 2014 featuring Ireland's top entertainers. It will take you through the history of Irish Dancing down through the centuries. « less
Map | Visitor photos (37)
Carrantoohil (Killarney)
Ranked #4 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Mountains
Ireland's highest peak.
Map | Visitor photos (30)
Ranked #5 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Map | Visitor photos (170)
Ranked #6 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Historic Sites; Islands
Map | Visitor photos (62)
Derrynane Beach (Caherdaniel)
Ranked #7 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Beaches
Category: Beaches
Map | Visitor photos (16)
Killarney Falconry (Killarney)
Ranked #8 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Other
Map | Visitor photos (49)
Gap of Dunloe (Killarney)
Ranked #9 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Valleys
Map | Visitor photos (357)
Eask Tower (Dingle)
Ranked #10 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Observation Decks/ Towers
Map | Visitor photos (34)
Conor Pass (Dingle Peninsula)
Ranked #11 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Geologic Formations
A scenic stretch of land surrounded by rugged coastline.
Map | Visitor photos (66)
Ranked #12 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Islands; Historic Sites
Map | Visitor photos (307)
Dingle Bay (Dingle)
Ranked #13 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Map | Visitor photos (40)
Ranked #14 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Historic Sites; Gardens; History Museums
A beautiful 19th-century mansion with a spectacular view of the Irish countryside.
Map | Visitor photos (377)
Ranked #15 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Map | Visitor photos (8)
Ranked #16 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Horseback Riding Stables
Owner description: Welcome to Dingle Horse Riding. Set on the dramatic and beautiful west coast of Ireland, we specialise in two hour to week... more » Owner description: Welcome to Dingle Horse Riding. Set on the dramatic and beautiful west coast of Ireland, we specialise in two hour to week long riding holidays for experienced riders, taking in all the beauty and exhiliration of the mountains and beaches the Dingle Peninsula has to offer. We also offer one hour mountain rides for novice/beginner riders.Our horses are mostly Irish sporthorses, with some draught, cob and appaloosa, ranging from 14hh to 17hh. We pride ourselves in having happy, well-cared for and well turned out horses, friendly knowledgeable guides and great routes designed for both fantastic riding and views. Beginner/novice riders can only be taken on the 1 hour mountain ride. Only riders intermediate/advanced experienced in the English style of riding, able to post/rising trot and ride two point/forward seat in canter can be taken to the beaches. Riders will be assessed in the arena before leaving the yard, and during the one hour ride. In the interests of safety, and at the discretion of the guide, riders judged to be beginner/novice or inexperienced in an English style of riding will not be taken to the beach. « less
Map | Visitor photos (97)
Torc Mountain Walk (Killarney)
Ranked #17 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Hiking Trails
Map | Visitor photos (46)
Ranked #18 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Farms

From Glengarriff it is not very far to Molly's cottage, to get to Molly's you go over the beautiful Cahapas. The Cahapas is an experience not to forget and worth stopping there to... more »

Map | Visitor photos (65)
Ranked #19 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Hiking Trails

Walk or drive to the top of Geokaun Mountain on Valentia Island, it is one of the Ring of Kerry's highest points. Located in Valentia Island, one of the most westerly parts of... more »

Map | Visitor photos (36)
Ballybunion Golf Club (Ballybunion)
Ranked #20 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Golf Courses; Resort Communities
Breathtaking views and natural design make this one of the few "timeless" courses found throughout the world.
Map | Visitor photos (31)
Inch Beach (Inch)
Ranked #21 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Beaches
Category: Beaches
Map | Visitor photos (39)
Ranked #22 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Theaters; Performances
Owner description: Founded in 1974, then relocated to its new home in Tralee Town Park in 1991, Siamsa Tire 'Celebrates the Irish Culture... more » Owner description: Founded in 1974, then relocated to its new home in Tralee Town Park in 1991, Siamsa Tire 'Celebrates the Irish Culture through the Arts and is Home to the National Folk Theatre'. The venue provides a varied and rich arts programme year-round and between May to September hosts National Folk Theatre Productions and an Irish Folk Festival. « less
Map | Visitor photos (19)
Muckross Abbey (Killarney)
Ranked #23 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Historic Sites; Religious Sites
Map | Visitor photos (143)
Ranked #24 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Golf Courses
Map | Visitor photos (27)
The Playdium (Tralee)
Ranked #25 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Playgrounds
Owner description: The Playdium, is the largest Soft play centre in Co. Kerry. Offering families the ideal way to spend 2-3 hours having fun in... more » Owner description: The Playdium, is the largest Soft play centre in Co. Kerry. Offering families the ideal way to spend 2-3 hours having fun in comfort. Incorporating 4 age segregated play frames including a supervised toddler area, indoor mini-go-Karts and Coffee shop serving snacks and light meals. free Wi-Fi and television to help pass a relaxing few hours while the kids have fun in a safe, clean and secure environment. « less
Map | Visitor photos (10)
Ranked #26 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Religious Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Architectural Buildings
This imposing Catholic church is the city's best known architectural landmark.
Map | Visitor photos (23)
Ladies' View (Killarney)
Ranked #27 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Visitor photos (85)
Old Kenmare Road (Killarney)
Ranked #28 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Trails
Map | Visitor photos (4)
The Kerry Way (Killarney)
Ranked #29 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Trails
Visitor photos (21)
Ranked #30 of 269 attractions in County Kerry
Category: Gardens
Owner description: Kells Bay House & Gardens is Ireland's premier sub tropical botanical gardens situated overlooking Dingle Bay on the Ring of... more » Owner description: Kells Bay House & Gardens is Ireland's premier sub tropical botanical gardens situated overlooking Dingle Bay on the Ring of Kerry. The Victorian gardens are on over 40 acres. The gardens include a Walled Garden, Primeval Forest, Bamboo Glade, River Walk, Dinosaur Walk amongst over 3km of walks. There is 4 star B&B and self catering accommodation available in the house. « less
Map | Visitor photos (40)
Trusted travel advice about County Kerry