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  1. Ballylarkin Abbey Freshford - Ballylarkin Church

    Freshford, Kilkenny

    Ballylarkin Abbey or church near Freshford County Kilkenny was built in 1350 by the Shorthall Family. The abbey is small in size but contains a wealth of splendid carvings and architectural features. Read more

  2. Waterford Chamber of Commerce Building

    Waterford City, Waterford

    The Waterford Chamber of Commerce Building was erected in 1795 and is located in the heart of Waterford City. It is the leading business representative organisation in Waterford with a membership of 650 businesses. Read more

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  3. Tintern Abbey

    New Ross, Wexford

    County Wexford’s Tintern Abbey was founded about 1200 by the Earl of Pembroke and today, its remains comprise nave, chancel, tower, chapel and cloister. The abbey, which takes its name from Tintern, Wales, is located just 16km south of New Ross. Read more

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  4. Waterford Garden Trail

    Waterford City, Waterford

    Waterford Garden Trail features 15 different garden attractions throughout Waterford. There is a wide variety of gardens open for viewing, ranging from the gardens of the great old houses, to smaller gardens and garden centres. Read more

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  5. The Bay Garden

    Camolin, Wexford

    The Bay Garden is located in Camolin, County Wexford and is a member of the Wexford Garden Trail. It consists of a variety of different garden ‘rooms’ each with its own unique style. Read more

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  6. The Butler Gallery in Kilkenny Castle

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    Located in the interior of Kilkenny Castle, The Butler Art Gallery is a contemporary art space that exhibits emerging and established artists, both Irish and international. The gallery also has an expansive collection of 20th century art. Read more

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  7. National Craft Gallery

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    The National Craft Gallery was established by the Crafts Council of Ireland in 2000 and is Ireland's leading centre for contemporary craft and design. Read more

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  8. The Hole In The Wall

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    THe Hole in the Wall is the inner house of the Archer Mansion built 1582. It became a tavern after 1690 and was renowned in the late 1700s. The Earl of Ormonde and the future Duke of Wellington were habitueés. Read more

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  9. St Francis Abbey

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    In the 13th century, the Franciscans established St Francis Abbey in Kilkenny City, where they took up the practice of brewing. Today, the religious site is owned by Smithwick’s Brewery and is part of the Smithwick’s Experience tour. Read more

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  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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