Special Interest Tralee

Crag Cave

Crag Cave was discovered by cave divers in 1983. it is formed of limestone and is a colourful wonderland of stalagmites and stalactites. This natural all weather tourist attraction has dramatic sound and lighting effects. It is thought to be over a million years old. Special discounts for Ballyroe Heights Hotel guests.  www.cragcave.com  

Kingdom Falconry

Kingdom Falconry offers you the unique opportunity to get up close and personal with a variety of their majestic and awe-inspiring birds of prey – hawks, falcons and owls. Learn fascinating and interesting facts about these raptors and the ancient art of falconry. Their services include flying displays, ‘The Hawk Walk’, ‘Owl Encounters’ and are suitable for all – young and old! www.kingdomfalconry.com  

Kerry Model Railway

A model railway of the Tralee to Dingle rail line. This replica was created by Chester Model Railway in Wales. The 51km narrow gauge Tralee to Dingle line railway operated between 1891 and 1953, and was the most westerly railway line in Europe. kerrymodelrail.com

Predator Paintball

Predator Paintball is the most stimulating adrenaline packed game of our time. It is the ultimate high tech pursuit sport ever conceived, given an action packed day of teamwork and strategy a skill never to be forgotten. A day of predator will be the best day of your life. In Predator War game it’s a case of Attack or be Attacked, Ambush or be Ambushed,Shoot or be Shot

Predator is played on a 27-acre action zone. 20 acres of natural woodland and 7 acres of competition site. Part of the woodland has a natural river running through it with 4 bridges for the person who doesn’t want to get wet! www.paintballireland.com

Kerry Craft Trails

Jump in the car or hire a mini-bus, bring the kids, do the day trip or take a few days out to enjoy all or part of Kerry’s beautiful craft trails. Watch the master crafter at work; buy a hand-made piece to bring home.  It is a hands-on making experience for you to be part of at key stops. www.originalkerry.com

Blennerville Windmill

Climb to the top of Blennerville Windmill and experience the workings of a traditional windmill. The only power it needs is the wind! Once there is a breeze, the windmill sails are turning. Watch a film in our Audio-Visual Room and discover how the windmill was operated at the time of the Famine and how it was restored 20 years ago. See how the millers crushed grain to make flour over 150 years ago. Children can gain first hand experience of grinding their own wheat into flour while working the ‘Hand Kuerns’. Learn all about the famine and understand how locals were forced to immigrate on board the famous Jeanie Johnston. Tel.:+353 (0) 66 7121064