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  1. Athlone Castle Visitor Centre

    Athlone, Westmeath

    Athlone Castle Visitor Centre is a major tourist attraction in the town of Athlone and features both the visitor centre itself and the new Luan Art Gallery. Read more

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  2. Irish Farm Safari Park Tour

    Mullingar, Westmeath

    A new and exciting guided tour around a primarily large deer farm including other rare and exotic animals. Open by appointment only. Read more

  3. Killinure Point Marina Blue Flag Award 2014

    Glasson, Westmeath

    Killinure Point is situated at the south-eastern end of Lough Ree in County Westmeath. Read more

  4. Cathedral Of Christ The King

    Mullingar, Westmeath

    The Cathedral of Christ the King is found in the heart of Mullingar, County Westmeath. The beautiful cathedral was designed in a modernised Renaissance style and opened in 1936. The building includes a museum with interesting historical artefacts. Read more

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  5. Belvedere House Gardens & Park

    Mullingar, Westmeath

    Belvedere House and Gardens are located in Mullingar, County Westmeath and consists of The Victorian Walled Garden, The Enchanted Glen and The Parklands with woodland trials through the ancient wood. Read more

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  6. Drum Heritage Centre

    Athlone, Westmeath

    Drum Heritage Centre Welcomes visitors to the Monastic Settlement and Saint Brigid's Holy Well. Visitor Centre-memorabilia displays relative to people and events which took place here. Read more

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  7. Glendeer Open Pet Farm

    Athlone, Westmeath

    Glendeer Pet Farm, in County Westmeath, is an interactive experience where people can see, feed and pet animals. Animals include deer, pot belly pigs, llamas, emu, ostrich, goats, donkeys, sheep, monkeys, wallabies and tortoises. Read more

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  8. The Hill of Uisneach

    Ballymore, Westmeath

    The Hill of Uisneach, situated between the villages of Ballymore and Loughanavally, was the ancient seat of the Kings of Meath. Its roots stretch back into ancient mythology with its history rooted in a La Tene period of the Iron Age. Read more

  9. Kilbeggan Distillery Experience

    Kilbeggan, Westmeath

    Visit the world's oldest distillery located in the heart of Kilbeggan in County Westmeath. Discover real artisan Irish whiskey distilling at its finest and finish your tour with a sample of this unique distillery's famous product. Read more

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  10. Dun na Sí Heritage Centre

    Moate, Westmeath

    In Moate County West Meath, Dun na Si Heritage Centre is a microcosm of Irish culture. Read more

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