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  1. Curraghmore House and Gardens

    Portlaw, Waterford

    The magnificent home of the eighth Marquis of Waterford, Curraghmore House is home to an impressive 1,000 hectares of formal gardens, woodland and grazing fields. Ireland’s largest private demesne, it is situated near Portlaw, County Waterford. Read more

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  2. Waterford Treasures - Three Museums in the Viking Triangle

    Waterford City, Waterford

    Waterford Treasures comprises three Museums each set in historic buildings all of which are located within minutes walk of each other in Waterford's historic city centre in an area known as the Viking Triangle. Read more

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  3. Cappoquin House and Gardens

    Cappoquin, Waterford

    Cappoquin House is an 18th-century mansion set in County Waterford. It is home to extensive gardens that boast stunning views of Lismore Castle and Dromana. The gardens include trees that date back more than 150 years. Read more

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  4. Ballynamona Court Cairn

    Halfway House, Waterford

    The tomb at Ballynamona County Waterford is the only court cairn in the southeast of Ireland. It is also only one of four known to exist south of a line from Dundalk to Galway. Read more

  5. Colclough Walled Garden

    Saltmills, Wexford

    The walled garden was built by the Colclough Family in the early Nineteenth Century. Read more

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  6. Copper Coast Mini Farm

    Fenor, Waterford

    The Copper Coast Mini Farm is a purpose built pet farm located on the stunningly beautiful Copper Coast in County Waterford. It boasts a large variety of friendly farm animals and some exotic varieties. Read more

  7. Dunbrody Famine Ship

    New Ross, Wexford

    The Dunbrody Famine Ship is one of the premier tourist attractions in the south east of Ireland. Centred on an authentic reproduction of an 1840’s emigrant vessel, it provides a world class interpretation of the famine emigrant experience. Read more

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  8. Father Murphy Centre

    Ferns, Wexford

    This Centre, in Ferns County Wexford, is the original farmstead where Father Murphy the 1798 Insurgent Leader lived for many years. Read more

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  9. Robinstown Great Standing Stones

    New Ross, Wexford

    Robinstown Great Standing Stones are four large standing stones or orthostats in a hill top location, near New Ross County Wexford. Read more

  10. Joan Clancy Art Gallery

    Ring, Waterford

    Joan Clancy Gallery is situated in the Irish speaking area of Ring (An Rinn), overlooking Dungarvan Bay in County Waterford. It exhibits the best in Irish painting from new and emerging and also Ireland's leading established artists. Read more

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