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  1. Altamont Gardens

    Tullow, Carlow

    The Altamont Gardens, regarded as the jewel in Ireland’s gardening crown, lie in County Carlow. The romantic 16-hectare estate, not far from Tullow, features a mix of native and exotic plants and makes a great destination for a family outing. Read more

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  2. Carlow County Museum

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    The displays at the Carlow County Museum represent a wide range of periods and topics with many interesting objects some of which are of national and international importance. Read more

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  3. Carlow Castle

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    Carlow Castle is situated beside the banks of trivers Barrow and Burrin near the centre of Carlow Town. It is one of the most important Anglo-Norman castles in Ireland and is open to the public on week days only. Read more

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  4. Rathvilly Motte

    Rathvilly, Carlow

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

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  5. Huntington Castle and Gardens

    Clonegal, Carlow

    Huntington Castle in County Carlow was built in 1625 as a garrison on the historically important Wexford to Dublin route. Today, it is a unique visitor attraction—boasting beautiful gardens, guided tours and family events. Read more

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  6. Ballyloughan Castle

    Bagenalstown, Carlow

    Located near Bagenalstown in County Carlow, the 13th century Ballyloughan Castle now comprises a twin towered gatehouse, the hall and foundation of one of the corner towers of a large castle of circa 1300. Read more

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  7. Dunleckney Manor

    Bagenalstown, Carlow

    Dunleckney Manor is one of County Carlow's most magnificent country houses is situated 2 kilometres north east of Bagenalstown. The present structure dates to the 17th Century. Read more

  8. Carlow Courthouse

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    Considered to be one of the finest courthouses in the country, Carlow Courthouse was designed by William Vitruvius Morrison in 1830 and is located in Carlow Town. Read more

  9. 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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  10. Liberty Tree

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    The Liberty Tree is a bronze sculpture designed by John Behan commemorating the 1798 rebellion, in Carlow Town. Read more

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