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  1. Ros Tapestry Exhibition Centre

    New Ross, Wexford

    Ros Tapestry Exhibition Centre features the acclaimed embroidred tapestries. This dramatic narrative is a tale told in thread, as a celebration of Ireland’s history unfolds with a special emphasis on the Norman legacy in the south east of Ireland. Read more

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  2. Tramore House Gardens

    Tramore, Waterford

    The gardens of Tramore House in County Waterford. A new style of a Japanese Strolling Garden is being developed and will open in April 2015. Read more

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  3. 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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  4. Master McGrath Monument

    Dungarvan, Waterford

    Master McGrath was born in County Waterford, Ireland. A small, weak pup he went on to become the most celebrated and successful greyhounds of his time. He is commemorated by this monument in County Waterford. Read more

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  5. Ballyin Gardens

    Lismore, Waterford

    The gardens date from at least the early 18th century, six acres of historic, mature Gardens on the north bank of the river Blackwater, just upstream from Lismore Castle, featuring an extensive array of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias and mature trees, many of North American origin. Read more

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  6. Ballymore Schoolhouse Garden

    Camolin, Wexford

    Ballymore Schoolhouse Garden is a member of the Wexford Garden Trail it is set on two acres with myriad features, 25m Laburnum walk with Zen watercourse, a mirror garden. Read more

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  7. Lismore Castle Arts Gallery

    Lismore, Waterford

    Lismore Castle Arts is located in Lismore County Waterford. Here, visitors can view critically acclaimed exhibitions in a spectacular environment. They hold one major exhibition per year, along with an exciting programme of lectures and workshops. Read more

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  8. 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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  9. Lismore Castle

    Lismore, Waterford

    Lismore Castle has been the Irish home of the Dukes of Devonshire since 1753 and is possibly the most spectacular castle in Ireland. It is located in County Waterford and is surrounded by beautiful gardens which are also open to the public. Read more

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  10. Edmund Rice Heritage Centre, Callan.

    Callan, Kilkenny

    Edmund came from the small town of Callan in County Kilkenny where he was born on 1st June, 1762 and where his family was involved in extensive farming. His parents saw to it that Edmund was well educated. Read more

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