Tralee Town Park or regarded domestically as "The Green" is a public park placed in Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland. Covering an area of 35 acres it is considered one of the most important urban public parks in Ireland. It is positioned within the heart of Tralee off Denny Street and adjoining to the Kerry County Museum. It is also the house of Ireland's National Folk Theatre Siamsa Tire. The park is situated on the web page of the antique fort demesne which became constructed by way of the Denny family in the 17th and 18th Century. In 1826 the fort became demolished to make way for the construction of Denny Street.
Edward Denny sooner or later landscaped the region remaining from the citadel via planting trees, laying down gravel paths and constructing an ornamental grotto. A gatekeeper’s lodge turned into also built on "The Green". In 1889 Edward died and the Denny own family sold "The Green" to Henry Clements-Finnerty. Around this time "The Green" was offered to the Town Commissioners but they refused to buy the park. Subsequently fencing and gates had been erected across the park's perimeter and a charge to the public for admission into the park was introduced. In 1922 "The Green" became bought to Tralee Urban District Council and it officially became Tralee Town Park.