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The Wicklow Way was Ireland’s first waymarked trail, and due to its proximity to Dublin has remained one of the most popular walking routes in Ireland.
The Wicklow Mountains run from the outskirts of Dublin city south westwards for about 60km to the bottom of County Wicklow.
The Arklow Maritime Museum deals extensively with the maritime history of Arklow in County Wicklow, particularly its boat building, life boat and fishing traditions.
An ideal family day out in County Wicklow. Glenroe Open Farm has a large selection of farm animals, a nature walk with sensory garden, a large outdoor playground, picnic areas, a farmhouse museum, wildlife exhibit, coffee shop and gift shop.
Victor’s Way is Ireland's only Indian Sculpture Park. It is located in Roundwood, County Wicklow and is spread out over 22 acres.
Powerscourt Waterfall is located in the beautiful Powerscourt Estate near the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains. Ireland’s highest waterfall at 121m, it’s a popular tourist attraction near Enniskerry at only 5km from the main estate.
Found in the heart of Wicklow Town, Fitzpatrick's is a favourite among locals and visitors alike. It serves bar food daily and features a beer garden and large screen TV.
Imagine playing golf in the most idyllic countryside location. The Glen of the Downs parkland course was designed by Peter McEvoy. Retaining the character of the surrounding nature.
From beginners to experts, Hilltop Shooting Sports in Newtownmountkennedy, County Wicklow, offers visitors clay pigeon shooting, compact shooting, sporting clay shooting, flurry, rifle shooting and archery.
A friendly deli and restaurant located in Wicklow Town, The Coffee Shop serves top quality coffees and homemade food, making it a haven for foodies and coffee lovers alike. The family-run business has been serving locals and visitors since 1976.
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