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  1. The Straffan Butterfly Farm

    Straffan, Kildare

    Step into the world of butterflies and enjoy the magic of native and tropical butterflies as they fly freely all around. The Straffan Butterfly Exhibition, in County Kildare, aims to introduce people to the existence of the world of butterflies. Read more

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  2. The Irish National Stud & Japanese Gardens

    Kildare Town, Kildare

    The Irish National Stud and Gardens are located in Kildare Town, County Kildare offering daily guided tours. From horses to horticulture, it offers a unique experience that visitors can enjoy at their own leisure, or as part of a guided tour. Read more

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  3. Coolcarrigan House and Gardens

    Naas, Kildare

    Coolcarrigan House and Gardens are approached by a long, woodland avenue, which has a large collection of rhododendrons and azaleas. The formal gardens around the house have a good herbaceous border, rockeries and fine Victorian greenhouse. Read more

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  4. Larchill Gardens

    Kilcock, Kildare

    Found just 40 minutes from Dublin in Kilcock, County Kildare, Larchill is a unique 18th-century garden. The only surviving garden of its type in Europe, Larchill demonstrates the landscape gardening of the Romantic movement. Read more

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  5. The Barrow Way

    Athy, Kildare

    The River Barrow vies with one of its sister rivers, the Suir, as the second longest river in Ireland. Read more

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  6. Punchestown Racecourse

    Punchestown, Kildare

    The purest, most satisfying moment of any spectator sport is when seeing its best performers doing what they do best, at their best and the Spring Festival at Punchestown delivers on that remit with exciting results for the viewing public. Read more

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  7. Naas Racecourse

    Naas, Kildare

    The fresh air, excitement, quality national hunt and flat racing, efficient service, themed days and lively entertainment programme, all combine to make Naas the place to race. Read more

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  8. Michelangelo Restaurant

    Celbridge, Kildare

    Michelangelo Restaurant is an Italian/Irish Restaurant has been in Celbridge for the past 20 years. Read more

  9. Kildare Town Heritage Centre

    Kildare Town, Kildare

    Kildare Town Heritage Centre is an exciting visitor attraction situated in the picturesque town of Kildare. Read more

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  10. Royal Canal

    Leixlip, Kildare

    Angling is very popular along the Royal Canal, with roach being the most popular fish, along with pike, tench and bream. The most popular stretch is between Cope Bridge in Leixlip, County Kildare and Collins Bridge, Clonsilla, County Dublin. Read more

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