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  1. Ballyrafton Wood

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    Ballyrafton Wood is a public wood about half way between Kilkenny and Castlecomer, in County Kilkenny. The wood boasts riverside forest walks, picnic tables, seats and a car park. Read more

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  2. Coille an Fhaltaigh Millennium Forest

    Kilmanagh, Kilkenny

    Coille an Fhaltaigh Millennium Forests is the largest of the 16 Millennium Forests that were planted in Ireland in the late 90's. It is a mixed woodland and is located about 5.8 km south west of Kilkenny Town. Read more

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  3. The Butler Gallery in Kilkenny Castle

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    Located in the interior of Kilkenny Castle, The Butler Art Gallery is a contemporary art space that exhibits emerging and established artists, both Irish and international. The gallery also has an expansive collection of 20th century art. Read more

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  4. National Craft Gallery

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    The National Craft Gallery was established by the Crafts Council of Ireland in 2000 and is Ireland's leading centre for contemporary craft and design. Read more

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  5. Blackbird Gallery

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    The Blackbird Gallery has been established in Kilkenny since 2004. It is one of Ireland's most prestigious commercial galleries showcasing the very best of Irish and international contemporary art. Read more

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. Saint Mary's Church

    Gowran, Kilkenny

    St Mary’s Church in Gowran, County Kilkenny, was constructed in the late 13th century on the site of an earlier monastery, and part of the stone structure remains in use as a Protestant church. Among the remains there are many noteworthy sculptures. Read more

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  9. St Francis Abbey

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    In the 13th century, the Franciscans established St Francis Abbey in Kilkenny City, where they took up the practice of brewing. Today, the religious site is owned by Smithwick’s Brewery and is part of the Smithwick’s Experience tour. Read more

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  10. St Johns Priory

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    The Augustinians established St John’s Priory in Kilkenny City in the 1200s. Much of the structure was left in ruins after the suppression of the 15th century, though the Lady’s Chapel continues to be used for Church of Ireland services. Read more

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