Free Access To Tourism Attractions All Over Kerry Today

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THERE is free entry today (Thursday) to 30 visitor attractions throughout the county as part of Kerry Tourism Day a new initiative by Kerry County Council and the Kerry Tourism Industry Federation.

There is a variety of attractions and activities to choose from  all over the county from Tarbert Bridewell  to Valentia Lighthouse, Dingle Distillery to Muckross Farms, while closer to home, Blennerville Windmill Centre,  Tralee Bay Wetlands, Eco & Activity Park,  the Jane Hilliard Gallery and Kerry County Museum will be open to visitors for free. Pre-booking is advised at many attractions so check before you go.

Kerry Tourism Day aims to showcase the incredible selection of visitor attractions and activities throughout the kingdom.

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Locals and visitors alike are invited to experience many of the county’s top tourist attractions and experiences free of charge for one day.

The initiative aims to strengthen the referral economy amongst locals and communities by offering a countywide ‘open house’ of visitor attractions and tourist experiences.

The Cathaoirleach of Kerry County Council, Cllr Patrick Connor-Scarteen encouraged the people of Kerry to show their support for Kerry Tourism Day:

“We have a fantastic and diverse range of attractions for all ages here in Kerry. I would encourage everyone in Kerry to consider being a tourist in their own county for the day by visiting one of our participating visitor attractions – while maintaining social distancing and adhering to public health guidelines. This is a really practical way to show your support for our local tourism industry at this challenging time.”

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