What better way to see the River Shannon
This county is hiding a wealth of waterways and lush landscapes
The castle is a Medieval building and has a stone spiral stairs to the top. There are 101 steps in all to the top. Access...
This trail is the longest loop through a variety of trees and open lakeshore. It covers the western side of the park...
On the River Shannon in Banagher, Co Offaly you will find Silver Line Cruisers, a family run company offering the unique...
Angela's Ashes walking tour is based on the Pulitzer Prize winning book by the late Irish/American author, Frank McCourt.
King House is a magnificently restored Georgian mansion, in Boyle County Roscommon, built in the early 1700s for Sir...
All-weather private marina for berthing boats – very scenic, quiet sheltered harbour on Lough Derg.
Brian Boru's fort is a large ring fort between the River Shannon and the Killaloe to Tuamgraney road. It has long been...
Come along to our pop-up camping event at Florence Court for a summer evening under the stars.
Come along to the trail of Finn MacCool and discover more.
ring along a picnic as you join us for a rocking evening of 'folkabilly' tunes from local supergroup
A gem of a festival with an emphasis on small, intimate events in historical and architecturally interesting buildings,...
Join Geopark staff to search for foraging bats in the woodland.
Midnight Graffiti are back at Crom for another fantastic evening of jazzy pop classics.
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