Located in the Ashe Memorial Hall adjacent to Tralee Town Park, Kerry County Museum offers a fascinating introduction to the Kingdom’s distinctive history and heritage. Winner of many prestigious awards the Museum offers a wide range of permanent displays and special exhibitions for visitors to enjoy. Tralee, not only famous for the Rose of Tralee Festival, is a gateway to the region with visitors from all over the world. The Aqua Dome, The Blennerville Windmill connected to Tralee by the Tralee & Dingle Steam Railway, is the largest working windmill in the country, horse and greyhound racing, historic buildings, as well as good shopping and a range of first class pubs and cafes, are just some of the attractions in this thriving town. Much of the work of playwrights, authors and artists appearing in Tralee’s Siamsa Tire, home to the National Folk Theatre, come from North Kerry which has strong storytelling traditions, traveling musicians, and festivals.