Rose of Tralee Living History Walking Tour

Rose of Tralee Living History Walking Tour



Details and booking for 2019 updated in the coming months.

LIVING HISTORY TOUR

Visitors are taken on a journey around Tralee by a local historian, performer and specialist on all things associated with the real life story of William & Mary the 'Rose of Tralee'. This 3 hour walking tour is suitable for families and couples both young and old but still in Love! it entails short walks that cover approx 3Km.

9.30am – Join us for Rose Tea & Scones at the Brogue Inn on Rock Street for a welcome introduction &  sing along to Count John McCormacks rendition to our famous song

9.45am – A short walk to the reported home of Mary O'Connor on Brogue Makers Lane

10am - Onto Denny Street for the Daniel O'Connell Gathering Story

10.15amNelson Street (Ashe St) and the story of Williams exploits in India

10.30am – Further up Nelson Street where William Pembroke Mulchinock spent his final days

11am - A visit to the Rose Walk, Wall and Monuments in Tralee Town Park and the history behind these

11.30am - END - You are invited to continue your journey to Kerry County Library Exhibition and to the Kerry County Museum for the 60 Years of Rose Fashion Exhibition*

*Fashion & Memorbelia Exhibitions only run Festival week. Off-Season these are replaced with visits to other historical locations.

When:  Off-peak bookings (outside of Festival week) can also be made via email  (bookings need to be made two weeks in advance)    TICKETS: €10 per person (Kids Go Free)

Festival Bookings 

Off-Peak Bookings 

SPECIAL: History Walk & Lunchtime Show €25 per person Bookings