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The Imperial Hotel is an ideal base from which to explore Tralee and surrounding areas, as well as the stunning coastline of the Wild Atlantic Way [www.thewildatlanticway.com]. A wide range of activities are available all year round, with the stunning backdrop of the natural world to keep discovering.
Below we have compiled some suggestions for your stay with us.
The town of Tralee is located along The Wild Atlantic Way, the world’s longest defined coastal touring route. With fantastic itineraries, exciting events and must see destinations simply begin by logging onto the WAW website to begin planning your trip. Explore, discover and make unforgettable memories.
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Step back in time at Kerry County Museum located in The Ashe Memorial Hall, on Denny Street, Tralee, a 2-minute walk from The Imperial Hotel. With a whole host of activities and events to cater for all age groups, Kerry County Museum is a must during your visit. Uncover the forensic archaeologist in you with The Bone Investigators, and go back in time to 1450 as you wander through the streets of medieval Tralee.
The Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre is Kerry’s newest and most unique visitor attraction located on The Wild Atlantic Way and within walking distance of Tralee Town Centre. It offers both an activity and nature zone catering for groups of all sizes and ages.
Located just 16km from Tralee, outside the town of Castleisland, Co. Kerry, Crag Cave is Ireland’s most exciting show cave. This magical wonderland of stalagmites and stalactites thought to be over one million years old, is an all-weather attraction to be enjoyed by all ages.
A firm family favourite, the Aqua Dome in Tralee is one of Ireland’s largest and most exciting indoor water worlds. It’s wild, wet and wonderful, with fun features for all ages. The best part is it’s just a 10 minute walk from The Imperial Hotel. A fun day out with all the family.
Looking for something wild, wet and super fun to do in North Kerry? Try coasteering – a great, adrenaline filled adventure activity just 20 minutes from Tralee. Wild Water Adventures cater for individual, families, corporate groups, clubs, hens and stags.
We are happy to help with information or questions on what to do and see, call us on 066 712 7755, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or ask at reception on check-in.
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