You could walk around the town on foot. Tralee itself has limited points of interest for a tourist but it is set among some of the most beautiful places in Ireland.
- Kerry County Museum (Denny St, town centre), ☎ +353 66 712-7777. 09:30-17:30 daily (Jun-Aug, varies in off-season). Engaging "Medieval Experience" exhibit winds through a lifelike reconstruction of a 15th c. town. Also has a small exhibit on Antarctic explorer Tom Crean, and others. €5.
- St. John's Church of Ireland, Ashe St (by town park).
- The Town Park. Especially when the roses are in bloom. Interesting and labelled trees and a clean play area for small children. Closed at night - at irregular hours.
- Dominican Church, Princes' St.
- Court House, Ashe St.
- Ashe Memorial Hall and Museum (near town park on Denny St).
- Aqua Dome, Ballyard Rd (off Dingle Rd).
- Manor Shopping Centre, Killarney Rd.
- Chopin’s Cafe & Restaurant, 8 Ashe St, ☎ +353 66 711-7539, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. M-Sa 08:00-18:00. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and cakes; outside catering service. Small terrace. €8.50-17.95.
- Denny Lane Bistro, 11 Denny St, ☎ +353 66 719-4319, e-mail: email@example.com. M-W 10:00-18:00, Th-Sa 10:00-23:00 (last orders 21:00), Closed Su. Small place serving breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon snacks (like loaded potato skins or warm brie salad) and sandwiches M-Sa; tapas, raciones menu and dinner Th-Sa evenings mains €9.95-23.95.
- Roundy's Pub (across from the Abbey Gate Hotel). A delightful, cosy little pub with music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night.
- Carlton Hotel Tralee. 4 Star Hotel home to the International Rose of Tralee Festival.
- Ballygarry House Hotel, Killarney Rd.
- Manor West Hotel, Killarney Rd.
- Ballyroe Hotel, Ardfert Rd.
- Meadowlands Hotel, Listowel Rd.
- Brandon Hotel, Princes' Quay.