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  1. Triple Bullaun Stone

    Clonmore, Carlow

    The Triple Bullaun Stone, in County Carlow is a large natural stone with three hollows scooped out which it is believed was used for pounding ingredients in pre historic times. Read more

  2. 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

  3. Huntington Castle & Gardens

    Clonegal, Carlow

    The 17th century Huntington Castle, the backdrop for a number of feature films, was an early O’Kavanagh stronghold. The famed Yew tree walk, lime tree avenue and water features, are just some of the features of the castle’s delightful gardens and pleasure grounds, set in Clonegal, Co. Carlow. Read more

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  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. The Piano Gallery

    Saint Mullins, Carlow

    In the heart of the south Carlow countryside, at Saint Mullins, lies The Piano Gallery, housing Ireland's most extensive range of pianos. This Gallery is a unique fusion of the musical and visual arts. Read more

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  7. Morgan’s Garden Centre

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    Morgan’s is an award-winning garden centre located on the outskirts of Carlow Town. It features a well-stocked shop and visitors are guaranteed to find something for every season. The centre is wheelchair accessible. 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. 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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  10. Oak Park Forest Park

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    Situated on the outskirts of Carlow Town, Oak Park Forest Park is an oasis of tranquillity and a popular destination for walking and educational visits. The park features colour-coded circular walkways of varying lengths. Read more

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