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  1. Milford Mills

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    Milford Mills was founded by the Alexander family in 1790 and was totally destroyed in a fire in 1862. It has recently been refurbished and stands beside the River Barrow in County Carlow. Read more

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  2. Oak Park Forest Park

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    Situated on the outskirts of Carlow Town, Oak Park Forest Park is an oasis of tranquillity and a popular destination for walking and educational visits. The park features colour-coded circular walkways of varying lengths. Read more

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  3. Altamont Gardens

    Tullow, Carlow

    The Altamont Gardens, regarded as the jewel in Ireland’s gardening crown, lie in the countryside of County Carlow. The romantic 16-hectare estate, which is just nine kilometres from Tullow, includes a combination of native and exotic plants. Read more

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  4. Huntington Castle & Gardens

    Clonegal, Carlow

    The 17th century Huntington Castle, the backdrop for a number of feature films, was an early O’Kavanagh stronghold. The famed Yew tree walk, lime tree avenue and water features, are just some of the features of the castle’s delightful gardens and pleasure grounds, set in Clonegal, Co. Carlow. Read more

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  5. Rathvilly Motte

    Rathvilly, Carlow

    Rathvilly Motte is near Rathvilly village at a crossroads leading to Lisnavagh in Carlow. . Read more

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  6. Clonmore Castle

    Clonmore, Carlow

    Clonmore Castle is a twelfth century fortress of roughly coursed granite rubble with extensive remodelling and additions. It is located in Clonmore, County Carlow and is mainly in ruin. Read more

  7. Croppies Grave

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    Croppies Grave is a monument, in Carlow Town, to the 640 slaughtered Carlow insurgents killed in the disastrous rising of the United Irishmen in 1798. Read more

  8. Carlow Castle

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    Carlow Castle is situated beside the banks of trivers Barrow and Burrin near the centre of Carlow Town. It is one of the most important Anglo-Norman castles in Ireland and is open to the public on week days only. Read more

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  9. Carlow County Museum

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    The displays at the Carlow County Museum represent a wide range of periods and topics with many interesting objects some of which are of national and international importance. Read more

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  10. Haroldstown Dolmen

    Tullow, Carlow

    Haroldstown Dolmen is a well preserved example of a portal dolmen in Tullow County Carlow. Read more

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