Japanese gardens, super stallions and crazy tales, Ireland's National Stud delivers a perfect day out
From a day at the races to championship golf courses, Kildare is a king amongst counties
Kildare Town Heritage Centre is a popular visitor attraction that explores the fascinating history of the medieval town...
Cruise Ireland's Royal Canal aboard the traditional canal barge. This charming barge is perfect for weekend to fortnighly...
Athy Rowing & Canoeing is based in Athy, County Kildare. .
Indoor Mini Golf course, featuring 18 challenging holes, a number of water features and an array of greenery.
Discover this historically important Irish town and learn about the mythology of Fionn Mac Cumhaill and St. Brigid,...
The Donadea Forest Park Slí na Sláinte is 5.7km long and starts near the car park entrance and follows a beautiful forest...
With 10km of signposted walks, this is one of the few yet to be discovered areas of outstanding natural beauty in Co...
Burtown House in County Kildare is an early Georgian villa, surrounded by lush flowers, vegetable and woodland gardens....
Get set for an amazing sporting and social event combining history, spectacle, glamour, excitement and prestige.
Take your pick from four races with varying levels of intensity as one of Ireland’s largest triathlons takes over Athy...
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