Stay the night in a four-poster bed or just pop in for some afternoon tea, here's seven big house to visit
Visit the birthplace of the world’s greatest liner and explore an outstanding exhibition
Explore a 6th century monastic site with the help of a nifty 21st device
An 18th cen. visitor attraction five minutes drive from Dublin Airport set in 370 acres of beautiful Parkland including...
Prehistoric enclosure, over 200 metres in diameter, with a dolmen in the centre.
Under the care of garden and landscape designer Brian Cross, Lakemount Gardens are a true oasis. Located at Glanmire,...
Close to the City yet at the same time in the heart of the country.
Maynooth Castle in County Kildare is a beautiful stone structure, founded in the early 13th century. As the principal...
Inspirational and boldly experimental this garden is packed with many unusual plants proving that a much greater range...
Kilkenny Design Centre is situated in what was once the stables of historic Kilkenny Castle and is fittingly located...
The Marble Arch Caves are one of the key sites within the Marble Arch Caves UNESCO Global Geopark.
Pricing available on website. Discount admission fee of £3.00 per pre-booked groups of 10 or more.
€210 per group (up to 12pax)
€165 per person
For £55 per person
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$1147 CAD pps
For £125 Per Person
House tour and gardens admission £8 per adult, £6.30 per concession, £5.10 per child
From €1201 pps
Prices from €13.50
£90.00 Per Person
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