Take a stroll down memory lane and visit the Muckross House, Gardens and Traditional Farms, one of Kerry's premier visitor attractions nestled within Killarney National Park.
Rent a bicycle from O'Sullivan's Bike Shop and cycle through the Killarney National Park and explore one of Ireland's largest areas of ancient oak woods with magnificent views of the mountains and wild herd of native red deer.
Take a jaunting cart through the Gap of Dunloe or horseback ride and experience the hidden delights through one of Ireland's most traditional mode of transport.
Relax on a boat trip through the Killarney Lakes from Ross Castle and stop off for a picnic on Innisfallen Island or Ross Island and enjoy the breathtaking views of Purple Mountain.
Climb the hill up to the magnificent Torc Waterfall and experience the stunning views of the Lakes of Killarney and Killarney National Park.
Play Golf where the 2010 Irish Open was held on The Killarney Golf and Fishing Club or try a hand of Fishing from the Club.
Climb Irelands Highest mountain Carrantoohill with experienced mountain guide Nathan Kingerlee.
Experience old Traditional Style afternoon tea in at Killarney Royal or the Great Southern Killarney where you can relax and enjoy dainty finger sandwiches, delicious cakes and freshly brewed tea or coffee.
Check out the many antique, pottery and aran sweater store Blarney Wollen Mills that Killarney Town has to offer.
When it is raining Buddies play centre, a multi-tiered soft play centre with 3 lane astra slides, bouncy castles, dizzy discs and a ball cannon is a highlight for the little ones.