Watch a game of Gaelic football, Ireland's national game. Kerry has won more All-Ireland Football Championship titles than any other team. Killarney has a rich footballing tradition and Kerry inter-county matches are often played at Fitzgerald Stadium in the town.
Go for a swim or relax in the sauna in Killarney's only brand new, purpose-built leisure centre, Aura. Five minutess from town by car or 25 minute walk, it is on the bypass road. Several hotels also have swimming pools open to non-residents, but they tend to be expensive.
Have a game of pool in the Cue club in the centre of town. Watch the latest movies in the Killarney cineplex (recently renovated and looking fabulous!), go for a drink in any of the numerous pubs Killarney has to offer, or simply put on a jacket... and go outside!
Take a boat trip on the Lakes of Killarney. Boats leave Ross Castle regularly during the summer. From there you can visit the likes of Innisfallen Island, which boasts spectacular monastic ruins.
Visit Ross Road and Killarney National Park, which is very near to town — c. 1 mi.
Go to The Crystal Shop located on High Street in Killarney. The shop is dedicated to fine crystal, china, and soft furnishings. It is a spot to browse or purchase. The shop features major Irish brands along with some of the smaller factories. Prices are on par with other shops, but the staff go above and beyond to help the customers. There is also tax-free shopping available for non-European Union residents
Visit Fitzgerald Stadium. located at what is known locally as the "top of town". The stadium is home to the Kerry senior football team, constantly providing spectators with competitive and enjoyable matches. It has a seating capacity of over 39,000, and also serves as a major concert venue in Kerry County for musical performances during the summer. Don't try and park nearby during events, as it is restricted to local residents and disabled permit holders. Through traffic is blocked for major events. Park in town, and follow the crowd.