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  1. Heywood Gardens

    Ballinakill, Laois

    Heywood is a formal garden designed by Sir Edward Lutyens and today under state ownership. Found near Ballinakill, County Laois, the garden is surrounded by woodland and lakes. Read more

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  2. Monicknew Woods

    Mountrath, Laois

    Monicknew Woods in County Laois, is situated in a valley of the Slieve Bloom Mountain range. The Roman arch style Monicknew bridge, known locally as the glen bridge, dominates the valley. Read more

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  3. Gash Gardens

    Castletown, Laois

    Located in Castletown, County Laois, Gash Gardens were started from scratch in 1986 and today they continue to provide a decorative home for many interesting and unusual plants. The gardens feature stunning waterfalls, pools and meandering streams. Read more

  4. Steam Museum

    Stradbally, Laois

    The Steam Museum at The Green, Stradbally, County Laois, houses many steam, fire and farm engines. It is a great family museum run by the Irish Steam Preservation Society. Read more

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  5. Emo Court House & Gardens

    Emo, Laois

    Emo Court was designed by the noted architect James Gandon. It has magnificent gardens and parklands and is located 2.5 kilometres from Emo village, near to the M7 and just 7 kilometres from Portarlington railway station in County Laois. Read more

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  6. Mountmellick Museum

    Mountmellick, Laois

    The Mountmellick Museum is located in a refurbished grain mill built in 1830 on a four acre site overlooking the Owenass River, in Mountmellick County Laois. It is dedicated to showcasing Mountmellick's rich Quaker industrial past. Read more

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  7. Emo Court House and Gardens

    Emo, Laois

    Originally designed for the Earls of Portarlington, Emo Court dates back to the late 18th Century. The neo-classical style house, which is located in County Laois, is surrounded by beautiful gardens and parkland. Read more

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  8. The Garden at Ballintubbert

    Ballintubbert, Laois

    The settlement at Ballintubbert dates back to 1540 and today is home to stunning public gardens that are young and alive. Ballintubbert is found in County Laois and is the perfect place to relax in the Irish countryside. Read more

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  9. Dunmore Country School Garden

    Durrow, Laois

    The Dunmore Country School is home to a garden that is both beautiful and practical. Located just outside Durrow, County Laois, the garden produces herbs and vegetables and also includes flowers as part of its rotation system. Read more

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  10. Rock Of Dunamase

    Portlaoise, Laois

    The Rock of Dunamase is a popular historic site found just outside Portlaoise in County Laoise. It was the location of an early Christian settlement known as Dun Masc and later became an important Anglo Norman fortification. Read more

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