Blennerville Windmill is a
living reminder of Ireland’s rich industrial heritage.
Featured in the Guinness Book of Records as the “ largest
working windmill in these island”, visitors are guided by the miller
through each element of the flour making process.
Within the Windmill Visitor
Centre there is a new exhibition and audio-visual presentation on
Blennerville’s colourful history.
During the Great Famine (1845-50) Blennerville was the main port
of emigration from County Kerry. The
Windmill Courtyard has a craft shop, traditional pottery, enamel and
metalwork craft units.
The Windmill Restaurant
is open daily from Easter-October 31.
The Jeanie Johnston Visitor Shipyard adjoins the Windmill and
Blennerville is linked to Tralee by the historic Tralee & Dingle
Steam Railway which departs on the half-hour from Blennerville.
April-October 10.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m.