A ramble through time
A stroll through the Medieval Experience reveals the streets of Tralee as they were in 1450 AD with all the sights, sounds and robust smells of a bustling community. See what people wore, what they ate, where they lived, and discover why the Fitzgeralds, the Earls of Desmond, who founded the town, also destroyed it.
Walk-through life-size display
Burgess Street, Tralee (1450 AD) – become part of the display as you weave your way through the different thoroughfares, exploring the everyday lives and activities of people in a bustling market town.
Normal visit duration:
Dress up in medieval costume
Medieval dress-up – Costumes of the era are available for you to wear for the duration of your visit to 15th Century Tralee. A great way to immerse yourself in the exhibition that also provides unique photo opportunities. And not just for kids – parents are encouraged to dress up too.
Activity based group visits for:
Scout and Guide Patrols
The gate keeper vets all who want to enter the town so be on your best behaviour when you encounter him.
Livestock and fowl play a huge part in the lives of the townspeople and roam at will. So mind where you step.
Be watchful for anyone emptying buckets of unknowable contents from the upper stories.