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  1. Clonohill Gardens

    Coolrain, Laois

    Clonohill Gardens are set at the foothills of the Slieve Bloom Mountains. The gardens have been designed and developed to enhance the existing landscape with many mature trees providing a shady home for woodland treasures. Read more

  2. 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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  3. The Irish Fly Fishing and Game Shooting Museum

    Durrow, Laois

    The Irish Fly Fishing and Game Shooting Museum explores 300 years of hunting and fishing in Ireland. Museum Founder Walter Phelan has restored and adapted a traditional farmhouse to house the collection. Read more

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  4. Fruitlawn Garden

    Abbeyleix, Laois

    Walled in garden of approximately 1 acre, with richly planted perennial borders containing many unusual plants, hornbeam tunnel, orchard, fruit and vegetable garden, oak copse, yew hedges, beautiful climbing roses, lovely trees and shrubs. Read more

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  5. 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

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  6. Timahoe Round Tower

    Timahoe, Laois

    A carved, Romanesqe doorway makes this the most elegant round tower in Ireland. The round tower was built some time in the 1100s, on the site of a religious community founded by St. Mochua around 600. Read more

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  7. Castle Durrow

    Durrow, Laois

    Just 90 minutes from Dublin in County Laois, Castle Durrow is a 300 year old estate with stunning formal gardens. Today, the gardens provide food for the on-site restaurant. Walking and cycling routes are other features of the estate. Read more

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  8. Donaghmore Famine Workhouse Museum

    Donaghmore, Laois

    This evocative museum is housed in a restored workhouse originally built in the midlands during the early 1850s. It is situated in Donaghmore, near Portlaoise off the M7. Read more

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  9. 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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  10. 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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