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The Wicklow Way

Wicklow 19.7 mi away
#1 of 28 things to do in Wicklow
Wonderful scenery, excellent accommodation and a very diverse selection of fellow walkers to meet and chat to along the way.
Really scenic route and natural environment with mountains, rivers, waterfalls, forests always open to explore.
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Wicklow Mountains National Park

Glendalough Village 18.7 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Glendalough Village
This walk got everything needed for a perfect hike: lakes, waterfall, great valley scenery, an old mining village and more… most of the walk is in the open air with the great valley and hills scenery; while the de...
What can I say amazing views and beautiful place highly recommend for a stroll or for walking biking great facilities children friendly bring a picnic fun to be had by all
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Curracloe Beach

Curracloe, Ireland 26.3 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Curracloe
And you just have to walk to the far end to where the Raven is, the Raven is a type of wood that is also well worth a visit as there is some stunning scenery and, if your lucky, some wildlife.
*Really nice picnic areas and a station where there’s shop and hot food take away *great safe parking areas *cycle and walk way paths from one end of beach to another if sand doesn’t appeal.

Glendalough Monastic Settlement

Vale of Glendalough 19.7 mi away
#2 of 17 things to do in Vale of Glendalough
As both a significant monastic site and a wonderful nature preserve with trails for every fitness level, this area provides unmatched calm, tranquility and natural beauty.
We then took the boardwalk across the fields round the lower lake and up to the upper lake - a really beautiful walk - and at the Upper lake you can see sites associated with St Kevin and early Christianity - a me...
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Ferns Castle

Ferns, Ireland 11.4 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Ferns
Our tour guide provided a spectacular, virtually private, tour of Fern Castle, providing an engaging and interesting history of the castle, the surrounding area and of Ireland.
On holiday in Ferns we visited and took a tour with guide Christine, who gave us a very interesting insight to the castle and how the inhabitants had lived, in our Party were our granddaughters aged 3 and 7, Chris...
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Altamont Gardens

Tullow, Ireland 7.9 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Tullow
Arboretum, beautiful colourful borders, forest Walsh down to the Slaney river, huge lake filled with lily pads, snowdrops and roses galore, lovely cafe, garden shop and free in (€2 parking charge).
It is a hidden gem, beautiful walk through the gardens down by the large pond and into the woods and back up around to the rose gardens .. every area is kept beautiful and a credit to the gardeners ....it’s such a...
#1 of 3 things to do in Shillelagh
It was so refreshing that someone would open their shop and spend their time telling us all about shillelaghs and the blackthorn bush.
They are also available to purchase from the small shop.
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Rock of Dunamase

Portlaoise, Ireland 34.1 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Portlaoise
There's a small car park beside a beautiful little church and then a short climb to the rock along a pathway to the outer barbican under stone arches to the gatehouse, and curtain walls of the castle.
We were there on a sunny afternoon which is rare but if you find such a day it is more than worth the short detour off the motorway and 5 min walk up the hill just for the views, much less the history
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Jerpoint Park

Thomastown, Ireland 31.4 mi away
#1 of 11 things to do in Thomastown
We dropped by on the off chance and just in time to join a tour by the owner Maeve who made the history come alive - with local facts and stories making it a very interesting and worthwhile visit.
... from the main house through the garden to the historic ruins of Jerpoint park's church and village was a trip through time; all delivered with the specificity of a historian and ease of an expert storyteller.

Ring of Hook

New Ross, Ireland 36.9 mi away
#2 of 9 things to do in New Ross
... with its very impressive barracks overlooking the bay for hundreds of years as a stone sentinel.From Duncannon you can explore the Hookhead lighthouse and the stunning scenery around it .you
Throw in a few great pubs (Roche's in Duncannon village is a favourite), plus possibly the best restaurant in Ireland (Aldridge Lodge) and you have the makings of a great holiday.

Bray Head Cliff Walk

Bray 25.8 mi away
#2 of 11 things to do in Bray
The scenery was great as it is a cliff path which runs for about half its length high up above the sea and above the DART line which snakes along the coast and and runs through several tunnels on the cliff face.
Love this walk, beautiful view across the sea, fresh air, bird life, highly recommend.
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Bray Head

Bray 35.6 mi away
#1 of 11 things to do in Bray
Takes about 20 minutes walking up from Bray, beatiful scenery, view at the Irish sea, great place to visit at good weather
This lovely little seaside town is just 25 minutes on the Dart from Dublin city center.

Delta Sensory Gardens

Carlow, Ireland 17.5 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Carlow
The gardens are all light up in December and there is a treasure hunt that both children and adults can do which makes it so much fun while walking around the beautiful gardens all of which have different themes.
Walking through the different themed gardens, with their individual design, gave the visitor something for all the senses, with a feeling of peace and calmness, by being transported to a different world.

Sally Gap

Wicklow 28.1 mi away
#2 of 28 things to do in Wicklow
Take a drive through Sally Gap in the wicklow mountains One of the most beautiful scenery places to see in ireland You can also get a bus tour from dublin to see Sally Gap.
Lovely drive across sally gap the scenery is amazing lots to See including the Guinness estate which includes lough Tay.i would really recommend a drive across it either from laragh/glendalough or roundwood.
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Dublin Mountains

Dublin, Ireland 35.5 mi away
#27 of 638 things to do in Dublin
Here, you can drive through Pine Forrest over by Sally Gap and down to either Glencree or Roundwood and Glendalough.Stop off at some of the viewing spots and take in the spectacular views.
If you are interested in wild scenery or want to take on a climbing challenge, the mountains around Dublin will give you everything you want.
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Victor's Way

Roundwood 26.4 mi away
#3 of 12 things to do in Roundwood
What a wonderful place,can't believe I only just found out about this place, such amazing art work and got to meet the owner who is such a nice man, great for photographers also
We also LOVED that it was a privately owned place with a warm feeling, a place where you are trusted to wander at your leisure and donate towards the upkeep of the park.
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Woodstock House and Gardens

Kilkenny, Ireland 29.3 mi away
#7 of 61 things to do in Kilkenny
These gardens are very large and are well worth a visit and a great place to have a picnic on a warm day,there is a large old walled garden and many specious of trees and plants and there are many walk ways.
As well as the cafe, there's a terraced garden, a walled garden, the magnificent Noble Fir drive, a rose garden, a dove cote, and lots more.

Irish National Heritage Park

County Wexford, Ireland 28.1 mi away
#3 of 106 things to do in County Wexford
There was also the opportunity to feed birds, play ground and round tower, The restaurant and cafe had delicious dinners, Ben was great craic, thanks so much for making our holiday, Kevin, Mei, Ethan and Keenan
A beautifully presented timeline of our ancestors - the guide was well informed and humorous - the area was immaculately kept and I would highly recommend this as great day out for all the family.
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Ballykeefe Distillery

Cuffesgrange, Ireland 34.8 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Cuffesgrange
Our tour guide Sinead was so friendly and patient with our questions we really had a lovely time and learnt so much about whiskey making, we now know it is a labor of love The tastings were all wonderful I wish we...
Ireland has a wonderful whiskey history and history with whiskey, it is great to see what the team at ballykeefe are doing to revive the best of traditional family farm distilling.
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Kilkenny Castle

Kilkenny, Ireland 30.9 mi away
#6 of 61 things to do in Kilkenny
... centuries by the addition of massive stone towers and battlements, the castle was converted in the 19th century from a medieval fortress to a sumptuous manor by the powerful Butler family, the Earls of Ormonde.
We were able to stroll the perfectly manicured grounds, take photos outside with other travelers and then admire the restored rooms inside and the incredible Butler Family collection of art .
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Military Road

Enniskerry 33.5 mi away
#2 of 17 things to do in Enniskerry
Its is a real adventure and time and time again you will find yourself on this road when travelling through Wicklow as you will be drawn to its scenery and access to the major beauty spots, Sallys Gap, Wicklow Gap...
Even on a foggy day this route is worth driving, but, especially on a gloriously sunny day or just after a storm, when the light is simply stunning.
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Black Abbey

Kilkenny, Ireland 31.1 mi away
#10 of 61 things to do in Kilkenny
} The Black Abbey is Beauty in it self ,so lovely inside also, a complete Tranquil Spiritual Feeling , Just sit and relax ,Meditate .
Beautiful church to visit, stained glass windows fabulous!! Lots of history within!
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Dunmore Cave

County Kilkenny, Ireland 30.7 mi away
#11 of 75 things to do in County Kilkenny
First cave I visited in Ireland worthy treasure of the history I love it and friends too,service was fantastic the tour guide she was absolutely amazing everyone enjoy the tour specially the 1min silence in light...
Highly recommended to wear comfortable shoes for climbing and a coat as it's really chilly and wet inside.

Jerpoint Abbey

Thomastown, Ireland 30.0 mi away
#2 of 11 things to do in Thomastown
What we had was one of the most interesting, informative tours by a very knowledgeable guide (Mary Butler).
this was an amazing place to see built probably 1000 yers ago, well worth a visit and to stop in the little village.

St. Canice's Cathedral & Round Tower

Kilkenny, Ireland 31.1 mi away
#8 of 61 things to do in Kilkenny
fantastic alternate history of Ireland, different world from the Roman Catholic tradition I grew up in. the place walks with history, well worth a visit
A real medieval treasure of a church/ cathedral
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The National 1798 Rebellion Centre

Enniscorthy, Ireland 17.9 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Enniscorthy
The national 1798 centre is well worth a visit , its layout and displays are well maintained and give a definitive account of Rebellion in Ireland and worldwide
The gentleman on the desk was very helpful and we had a lovely chat with home whilst we enjoyed a coffee in the cafe before starting our tour and again when we finished.

Brittas Bay

Wicklow 20.9 mi away
#5 of 28 things to do in Wicklow
There was a small walk from the car park to the beach, and getting onto the beach was a little tricky as I have mobility issues but it was well worth it for the lovely views.
This is a beautiful beach, a meandering 15km or so south of Wicklow Town.

National Botanic Gardens, Kilmacurragh

County Wicklow, Ireland 20.2 mi away
#14 of 109 things to do in County Wicklow
There are wonderful views out over the Wicklow countryside & lovely surprise spaces full of colour, ancient trees & a peaceful secluded pond.
Free entry and a safe car park was also a bonus.
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Brownshill Dolmen

Carlow, Ireland 15.6 mi away
#3 of 16 things to do in Carlow
Well worth a visit - especially on a nice day You need to get your mind around how long ago this go built to appreciate how amazing this is
The walk from the small, free car park is very pleasant and peaceful and surrounded by farmland.

Russborough House

Wicklow 26.8 mi away
#4 of 28 things to do in Wicklow
Best playground for children,a tricky maze,a gift shop and a lovely restaurant with good wholesome homebaked food, like soup, sandwiches, pies, scones, tarts etc.The toilets are absolutely spotless.
Easy place to spend a few hours..great fun maze, lovely fairy trail and walk through the woods and great playground ...the cafe is lovely also.
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