Kerry County Museum is a museum placed in Tralee, County Kerry in Ireland. The museum is primarily based within the Ashe Memorial Hall in the centre of Tralee. The goal of the museum is to gather, report, hold and display the cloth background of Co. Kerry. Under the National Monuments Act and the National Cultural Institutions Act, it's miles a chosen repository for archaeological artefacts in Co. Kerry. Kerry County Museum was developed as an initiative of Tralee Urban District Council in levels between 1991 and 1992.
The Medieval Experience become opened in 1991 within the decrease ground floor of the Ashe Memorial Hall, taking traffic thru the recreated medieval city, with the attractions, sounds and smells. In 1992 the principle gallery of the Museum became opened, showing the archaeology and records of the county. Thereafter, a temporary exhibition area changed into brought, taking into account the improvement of fundamental exhibitions. Today, the whole facility comprises 1,750 square metres, which incorporates the exhibition galleries, reception, collections save, and training room.