Wicklow

  1. Blainroe Golf Club

    Blainroe, Wicklow

    Quality Approved Golf Course | Approved to Fáilte Ireland standards, which means the services and facilities have been independently checked out before you tee-off.

    Set on the Wicklow Coast this challenging championship course is a test for all handicap ranges and a pure joy to play at any time of year. The course, designed by Hawtree, is renowned for testing and fast greens with running fairways in the Summer. Ranked in Golf Digest’s top 100 courses in Ireland the club welcomes visiting players most days. Read more

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  2. Wicklow Golf Club

    Wicklow Town, Wicklow

    Quality Approved Golf Course | Approved to Fáilte Ireland standards, which means the services and facilities have been independently checked out before you tee-off. Read more

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  3. Mount Usher Gardens

    Ashford, Wicklow

    Mount Usher Gardens are privately owned gardens laid out along the banks of the Vartry River in Ashford, County Wicklow. They measure 20 acres and contain approximately 5,000 different species of plants and trees. Read more

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  4. Russborough House

    Blessington, Wicklow

    Russborough House is one of the most beautiful houses in Ireland and was built between 1740 and 1750, in the palladian style by Richard Castle, with fine stucco ceilings by the Lafranchini brothers. It is located in Blessington, County Wicklow. Read more

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  5. Killruddery House and Gardens

    Bray, Wicklow

    Killruddery House and Gardens has been home to the Brabazon family (the Earls of Meath) since 1618. The gardens are located in County Wicklow and are among the oldest in Ireland, providing space for relaxing and leisurely walks. Read more

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  6. Avondale House and Forest Park

    Rathdrum, Wicklow

    Birthplace and home of Charles Stewart Parnell (1846-1891), Avondale House and Forest Park is set in a magnificent forest park of over five hundred acres in Rathdrum, County Wicklow. Read more

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  7. Glendalough Visitor Centre

    Glendalough, Wicklow

    Glendalough's monastic site is one of Ireland's most famous landmarks and the visitors centre sits nestled in the spectacular scenery of the Garden County, County Wicklow. Read more

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  8. The Wicklow Way

    Wicklow Town, Wicklow

    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. Read more

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  9. The Wicklow Mountains

    Glendalough, Wicklow

    The Wicklow Mountains run from the outskirts of Dublin city south westwards for about 60km to the bottom of County Wicklow. Read more

  10. Arklow Maritime Museum

    Arklow, 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. Read more

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