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Smithwick’s Experience Kilkenny. Named as one of Lonely Planet’s top 26 must see attractions in 2015. This new multi-sensory and interactive experience will take visitors on a journey through the medieval origins of brewing to the present day.
Butter Slip was built in 1616 and once flanked with the stalls of butter vendors on market day and ran underneath two houses, with its arched entry and stone steps, connecting High Street with St. Kieran's street.
The Tholsel is a a striking, 18th century building that dominates the view along High Street. Originally erected for the purposes of collecting taxes, it’s name derived from old English words meaning toll.
Open February 2017. The Medieval Mile Museum is Kilkenny’s newest visitor attraction located in the heart of the city and the centre of Ireland Medieval Mile. The setting is the 13th century St Mary’s church with its heritage of medieval style tombs
Visit the Kilkenny Union Workhouse, now beautifully restored as MacDonagh Junction Shopping Centre to take this free AV tour.
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