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  1. Muckross House, Gardens & Traditional Farms

    Killarney, Kerry

    Muckross House, once visited by Queen Victoria, is situated on the shores of Muckross Lake within the stunning surroundings of Killarney National Park. The house and grounds are located 3.6km from Killarney town in County Kerry. Read more

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  2. Turoe Pet Farm and Leisure Park

    Bullaun, Galway

    Turoe Farm opened in 1993 and is now one of the leading visitor attractions in the west of Ireland. This family-run enterprise is situated in a rural setting near Bullaun village, 6km from Loughrea. Read more

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  3. Portumna Castle and Gardens

    Portumna, Galway

    Portumna Castle, built close to 400 years ago by the de Burgo (Burke) family, stands close to Lough Derg, the River Shannon, and Portumna Forest Park in Portumna, County Galway. Read more

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  4. Altamont Gardens

    Tullow, Carlow

    The Altamont Gardens, regarded as the jewel in Ireland’s gardening crown, lie in County Carlow. The romantic 16-hectare estate, not far from Tullow, features a mix of native and exotic plants and makes a great destination for a family outing. Read more

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  5. Carlow County Museum

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    Carlow County Museum is a valuable historical resource and popular tourist attraction in Carlow Town’s Cultural Quarter. A range of displays and exhibitions enable visitors to discover the heritage of the local area. Read more

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  6. Aran Islands - Inishmaan - Inis Árainn

    Inishmore - Árainn, Galway

    Inis Mór is the largest and most developed of the Aran Islands that lie scattered off the Galway coast. It combines a vibrant history with excellent facilities and lively night life. Read more

  7. 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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  8. Kilfane Glen and Waterfall

    Thomastown, Kilkenny

    Kilfane Glen is a tranquil oasis found in County Kilkenny, about 6km north-east of Thomastown. The Romantic-era garden was developed in the 1790s and includes a waterfall, woodland paths and contemporary art created specially for the site. Read more

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  9. Kilkenny Castle

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    Kilkenny Castle is a 12th century castle, remodelled in Victorian times and set in riverside parklands, which was once the principal seat of the Butler family, Marquesses and Dukes of Ormonde. It is located in the heart of Kilkenny City. Read more

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  10. Rothe House

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    Rothe House is a unique, early 17th-century, Irish merchant’s townhouse and garden, set in the centre of Kilkenny City. It is also the base of genealogical research on Kilkenny ancestry. Read more

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