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Nice park to visit

Visited here as part of the rose of Tralee festival. Great location as it offered great music by... read more

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Mullingar, Ireland
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Lovely 35 acre park with central foundtain

Right now Tralee is getting ready for the Rose of Tralee festival so there are masses of flowers in... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
County Kerry, Ireland
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Town Park Denny Street, Tralee, Ireland
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Reviewed today via mobile

Visited here as part of the rose of Tralee festival. Great location as it offered great music by the Mullingar Town Band, food stalls, a huge table and chairs the kids can climb on. Good open space for young kids to run around and right...More

Thank DaveyFitz
Reviewed 3 days ago

Right now Tralee is getting ready for the Rose of Tralee festival so there are masses of flowers in the park. During the winter of course not so colorful but still lovely with heaps of trees and nice walking paths for jogging or strolling. It...More

Thank jbarton
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Visited on a semi-cloudy August afternoon. Entered the park from the rear of St Johns RC church (the one with the high spire, not to be confused with St Johns Church of Ireland Church on Ashe St) - both churches incidentally well worth visiting. Park...More

Thank Liam I
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had to cross the park to get to all the Tralee attractions and restaurants, but we enjoyed it truly. On our way back to the hotel We stumbled upon a theatre building and were lucky enough to get tickets to an Irish Folk Show....More

Thank luizadowling
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Wonderful roses of all shapes and colors. Quite peaceful although being in the town centre. Easy to stroll around

Thank Delford M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A family picnic in beautiful floral surroundings and a litter free space made this a relaxing experience for to sit and watch the world go by

Thank Liam M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Good place to walk around and has a Rose of Tralee sculpture. Nice in the summer time - nothing exceptional but a pleasant walk

Thank Patrick K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We always drop by here when we are passing by and it never disappoints. Kids love walking around and playing in the playground within the park. You can just walk to it from the town center which is another bonus.

Thank _fowlerbta
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I saw some ladies doing a photo shoot for Rose of Tralee in this park and they looked beautiful in their dresses among real roses, now, in bloom in the park with the sunshine sparkling thru the trees!

Thank Techymedium
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We stayed in the Celtic Ross Hotel and walked through the park into town. The fabulous roses were in bloom and the attention of detail is amazing. You’ll find the names of the actual roses (flowers) as well as the names of the ‘Rose of...More

Thank Elisabeth K
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