Kerry is often referred to as ‘the kingdom' and is a county based in the South West of Ireland. In the early twentieth century Kerry was a major part of the Irish War Of Independence and Irish Civil War and a county that was most affected by it. It is a place that takes a lot of pride in its nationality and is not easily influenced by outside cultures.
Locally, there are many attractions available to visitors. You could go to Waterville Golf Links. Not only is it a great golfing venue, Waterville Golf Links is located amongst picturesque landscapes of classic Irish land and outstanding views of the sea. It was built over 100 years ago and is regarded as one of the top five golfing experiences in the country. The course has previously been used for training by a considerable number of famous British golf champions and is open all year round.
For a fun filled day out with the family, you can visit The Aqua Dome, a huge indoor water park consisting of wave pools, raging rapids and a wide range of pools. There are various pools catering to both children and adults. The dome shaped glass ceiling is a feature on its own and visitors who are not so keen on entering the water can relax in the sauna and steam room or take a seat in the viewing area. The architectural construction of the dome reflect Kerry's heritage as the stone made walls are seen as a reminder of Kerry's iron-age forts.
In addition to this children can explore Toby World, an entertainment centre made especially for children, indoors. Here you will come across the highest play frame in Southern Ireland alongside Go-Kart Racing facilities, indoor sports courts and many more exciting features for children to get involved with. To accompany all of this, is a separate area for children under the age of 4 where toddlers can go on pedal cars and curving slides. There is also a room built especially for children with special needs making Toby World a unique child entertainment centre.
For a more historical guide to Kerry, visitors can go to Kerry County Museum, located on Denny Street. The museum looks closely at the archaeological riches found in the county and illustrates Kerry's local past. Here you can be taken through a guided tour which showcases medieval Ireland, known as the Geraldine Experience. The museum really brings old Kerry to life as visitors are able to take a trip down recreated streets, filled with historic houses and castles.
Another place that is worth a visit is Siamsa Tire, a National Folk Theatre which was built in the 1970's. The theatre has a variety of shows covering earlier folklore culture that has evolved to present day. With plenty of music and dance, Siamsa Tire stands as a cultural representation of Ireland. Many shows are performed internationally highlighting the brilliant Celtic culture and its origins. Siamsa Tire is also an arts centre that consists of two art galleries and many enthralling exhibitions are held throughout the year.
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