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  1. Knockanally Golf and Country Club

    Donadea, Kildare

    This championship golf course stands on 120 acres of parkland with many water hazards and stately, mature trees.
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  2. The Irish National Stud

    Kildare Town, Kildare

    From admiring the horses to strolling in the Japanese Gardens, this Kildare attraction offers a unique experience for visitors to enjoy.Located in Kildare Town, the Irish National Stud offers daily guided tours through the on-site visitor centre. Read more

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  3. Coolcarrigan House

    Naas, Kildare

    Coolcarrigan House and Gardens are approached by a long, woodland avenue, which has a large collection of rhododendrons and azaleas. The formal gardens around the house have a good herbaceous border, rockeries and fine Victorian greenhouse. Read more

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  4. Kilkea Castle Golf Club

    Castledermot, Kildare

    Situated in the grounds of Kilkea Castle, which dates back to 1180, Kilkea Castle Golf Club is an 18-hole, par-70, championship golf course. It consists of 200 acres of landscaped parkland, two man-made lakes and the River Griese, which flows majestically through the course and acts as a natural hazard. Kilkea Castle Golf Club has to be experienced to be appreciated.
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  5. Highfield Golf & Country Club

    Carbury, Kildare

    Tee-off from the roof of our beautiful Canadian cedarwood log clubhouse for a unique golfing experience. Several innovative water features and lovely old trees frame this family-owned and -managed golf club. Visitors always welcome.
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  6. Larch Hill Gardens

    Kilcock, Kildare

    Found just 40 minutes from Dublin in Kilcock, County Kildare, Larchill is a unique 18th-century garden. The only surviving garden of its type in Europe, Larchill demonstrates the landscape gardening of the Romantic movement. Read more

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  7. The Barrow Way

    Rathangan, Kildare

    The River Barrow vies with one of its sister rivers, the Suir, as the second longest river in Ireland. Read more

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  8. Newbridge Golf Club

    Newbridge, Kildare

    The course opened in 1995 as a 9-hole course. An additional nine holes were in 1997 along with a clubhouse. The fairways are tree lined, with water hazards strategically placed to challenge any category of golfer. The greens and tees are to USGA specifications and are playable all year round. Read more

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  9. Athy Golf Club

    Athy, Kildare

    Athy Golf Club was formed in 1906. Originally a 9-hole course, Athy was extended to 18 holes in 1993. Some major development work has been carried out on the course to create a tougher test of golf. Read more

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  10. Punchestown Racecourse

    Punchestown, Kildare

    The purest, most satisfying moment of any spectator sport is when seeing its best performers doing what they do best, at their best and the Spring Festival at Punchestown delivers on that remit with exciting results for the viewing public. Read more

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