Opening Times for Blennerville Windmill
The opening times of Blennerville Windmill may vary depending on the time of year. Typically, the windmill is open to visitors from 9.30am – 5.30pm, Monday to Sunday, during the summer months (June through August).
However, it’s always a good idea to contact the windmill directly to confirm their current opening times before planning your visit.
Opening Times and Ticket Prices
|June, July & August||Open 7 days, 9.30am - 5.30pm, Sunday to Saturday|
|September & October||Open 5 days, 9.30am – 5.00pm, Tuesday to Saturday|
|November, December, January, February & March||Closed|
|April & May||Open 5 days, 9.30am – 5.00pm, Tuesday to Saturday|
|Child (4 years and under free)||€5.00|
|Family (2 adults & 3 or more children)||€20.00|
|School tour groups (children)||€5.00|
|Students Groups (over 20)||€5.00|
|Senior Groups (over 20)||€5.00|
|Adult Groups (over 20)||€6.00|
|Teachers and Accompanying Adults||Free|
Please note that we do require groups to book in advance, and we ask that you arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled tour time to allow for check-in and orientation. We also recommend wearing comfortable, sturdy shoes for climbing the windmill stairs.Group Bookings
Embark on an enchanting exploration of Blennerville Museum through our captivating video presentation, now available in English, German, and French translations.
Delve into the depths of County Kerry’s fascinating history as stunning visuals, expert interviews, and enthralling narratives come together to transport you on an unforgettable journey.
Immerse yourself in the vibrant heritage of our beloved region, fostering a deeper connection that transcends language barriers.Contact Us
Unfortunately, due to the historical nature of the windmill and its architectural constraints, wheelchair access is possible only to the ground floor of the windmill and similarly to the visitor centre. However, our trained guides will explain every aspect of the windmill workings to ensure that all visitors have a wonderful experience.
Locations and Directions
How to Get Here
From Tralee town centre, N86
approximately 8 min (3.8 km)
From Killarney, N22
approximately 32 min (35.6 km)
If you’re coming from Tralee town centre, you can take the N86 road towards Dingle. After about 2.5 km, you will see signposts for Blennerville Windmill. Follow the signs and turn right onto the R551 road.
Continue on the R551 for about 1 km until you reach a roundabout. Take the second exit onto the R558 (signed for Blennerville). After about 500 meters, turn left onto Bridge Street. Follow Bridge Street for about 200 meters, and then turn right onto Windmill Lane. The windmill will be on your left-hand side.
Blennerville is the 2nd stop on this Bus Route – It is a 3 min walk From the Bus stop to the Windmill.
The Blennerville Windmill has a small car park available for visitors to use.
- Accessible car parking
- Age Friendly car parking
- E-car charging stations
However, the car park can fill up quickly during peak visiting times, so it’s best to arrive early if you’re planning to drive.
If the car park is full, there is usually on-street parking available nearby. Just be sure to follow any parking regulations and restrictions in the area to avoid any fines or penalties.
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for Ireland’s largest working Windmill & home of Kerry’s model railway.Book a ticket
Blennerville Windmill is a tourist attraction located in Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland.
The facilities at Blennerville Windmill include:
The Windmill Museum is located in the restored windmill building and features exhibits on the history of milling in Ireland, the mechanics of the windmill, and the story of Blennerville itself.
Outdoor Picnic Area
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How long does a typical visit to Blennerville Windmill last?
A typical visit to Blennerville Windmill lasts approximately one hour. This includes a guided tour of the windmill and a visit to the on-site exhibition, which features interactive displays and information about the history of the mill and its role in the community.
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