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  1. Jerpoint Abbey

    Thomastown, Kilkenny

    Dating back to the late 12th century, Jerpoint Abbey is a wonderful example of Ireland’s Cistercian heritage in County Kilkenny. Located about 2.5km south west of Thomastown, the serene abbey features splendid carvings and sculptures. Read more

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  2. Kilfane Glen & Waterfall

    Thomastown, Kilkenny

    Kilfane Glen is a tranquil oasis found in County Kilkenny, about 6km north-east of Thomastown. The Romantic-era garden was developed in the 1790s and includes a waterfall, woodland paths and contemporary art created specially for the site. Read more

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  3. Kilkenny Castle

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    Kilkenny Castle is a 12th century castle, remodelled in Victorian times and set in riverside parklands, which was once the principal seat of the Butler family, Marquesses and Dukes of Ormonde. It is located in the heart of Kilkenny City. Read more

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  4. Rothe House

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    Rothe House is a unique, early 17th-century, Irish merchant’s townhouse and garden, set in the centre of Kilkenny City. It is also the base of genealogical research on Kilkenny ancestry. Read more

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  5. St Canice's Cathedral and Round Tower

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    Located in the Irishtown area of Kilkenny City, St Canice’s Cathedral dates back to 1285 and has a rich history for visitors to explore. The 30 metres high round tower also affords stunning 360 degree views of the region. Read more

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  6. Lismore Heritage Centre

    Lismore, Waterford

    In the shadow of a fairytale castle, Lismore's picture book streets are steeped in stories. Built by monks and plundered by Vikings, this County Waterford town has been home to royalty and Hollywood stars. Read more

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  7. Ballyhack Castle

    Ballyhack, Wexford

    Ballyhack Castle is located on a steep slope in a commanding position overlooking Waterford estuary in Ballyhack. It is a large tower house, thought to have been built c. 1450. Read more

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  8. Dunbrody Abbey Visitor Centre

    Campile, Wexford

    Dunbrody Abbey, founded in 1210, is one of the finest examples of a Cistercian Monastery in Ireland. Dunbrody Abbey is in Campile County Wexford and was founded in 1210 on the instructions of Strongbow after the Norman invasion of Ireland. Read more

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  9. Irish Agricultural Museum at Johnstown Castle

    Wexford Town, Wexford

    Farming enthusiasts, young and old alike, will delight in exploring this national museum of agricultural and rural life, set within 20 acres of the Johnstown Castle in County Wexford. Read more

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  10. Kilmokea Country Manor & Gardens

    Campile, Wexford

    Kilmokea Gardens are peaceful and spiritual, laid out around a pretty Georgian house overlooking the River Barrow in Campile, County Wexford. Read more

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