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  1. VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art at the George Bernard Shaw Theatre

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art at the George Bernard Shaw Theatre, in Carlow Town, presents the work of a balanced mixture of local, national and international artists. Read more

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  2. Clonmore Castle

    Clonmore, Carlow

    Clonmore Castle is a twelfth century fortress of roughly coursed granite rubble with extensive remodelling and additions. It is located in Clonmore, County Carlow and is mainly in ruin. Read more

  3. Rathvilly Motte

    Rathvilly, Carlow

    Rathvilly Motte is near Rathvilly village at a crossroads leading to Lisnavagh in Carlow. . Read more

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  4. Myshall Memorial Church

    Myshall, Carlow

    At the foot of Mount Leinster the village of Myshall has as a backdrop the famed Blackstairs Mountains. There is a lovely drive with stunning scenery from Myshall up to Mount Leinster and the Nine Stones vantage point. Read more

  5. Brownshill Dolmen

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    Mysterious and majestic, the Brownshill Dolmen has captured the imagination of visitors for centuries. Located 3km east of Carlow town, the capstone of this magnificent megalithic tomb is believed to be the largest in Europe, weighing some 103 tons. Read more

  6. St Laserian's Cathedral

    Old Leighlin, Carlow

    St Laserian’s is a wonderful example of a late-12th century cathedral found in Old Leighlin, about 15km south of Carlow Town. The house of worship stands on the site where St Gobban founded a monastery in the 7th century. Read more

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  7. Bahana Forest

    Saint Mullins, Carlow

    Bahana Forest is an old woodland parkland that slopes down to the banks of the Barrow River in County Carlow. It hosts a diverse range of flora and fauna with a great variety of bird life and otters that are occasionally glimpsed on the riverbank. Read more

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  8. Carlow Cathedral

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    Located adjacent to St Patrick’s College in Carlow Town, this early 19th-century cathedral was the first to be built after Catholic emancipation. It contains a statue dedicated to Bishop James Doyle, a champion of Catholic rights who is buried there. Read more

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  9. Milford Mills

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    Milford Mills was founded by the Alexander family in 1790 and was totally destroyed in a fire in 1862. It has recently been refurbished and stands beside the River Barrow in County Carlow. Read more

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  10. Duckett's Grove & Walled Gardens

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    Situated just outside Carlow town and originally a Georgian home of a noted Anglo-Irish family, Duckett’s Grove was rebuilt in flamboyant, Gothic revival style. Read more

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