The range of places to visit in Ireland is massive. Among Ireland's most famous attractions are places such as the Giant's Causeway, the Guinness Storehouse, Newgrange, and Glendalough. Many of the places to visit in Ireland are of a historical significance, but for visitors with a more modern outlook there is also an excellent choice.
Families coming to Ireland are well catered for when it comes to fun and exciting things to see and do. Examples of these are Dublin Zoo (third oldest Zoo in the world), the Irish National Heritage Park, Fota Island Wildlife Park, Bunratty Castle and the Marble Arch caves.
People interested in spectacular outdoor scenery are spoilt when they come to Ireland. All parts of the country have their particular charming and sometimes dramatic scenery. Areas such as the Wicklow Mountains National Park, the Cliffs of Moher, the Glens of Antrim, and the Ring of Kerry boast outstanding natural beauty.
Co Wexford, Ireland
St. Helens Bay Golf Resort has over the last eight years developed into one of Ireland's foremost golf destinations. With a challenging 27 hole course, panoramic views of the South Wexford Coastline and comfortable on-site accommodations, the visito
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Dungarvan, Co Waterford, Ireland
A dramatic backdrop is provided by the Comeragh and Knockmealdown Mountains to the north and east and the Drum Hills immediately to the south. An interesting feature is that the first nine holes are laid out on a large plateau featuring a lovely str
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Waterford City, Co. Waterford, Ireland
Sail the seas on a Viking ship. Go to the wedding of Strongbow and Aoife . Have a ball in Georgian times and see the finest Waterford Glass. Treasures of gold, bronze, crystal. Waterford Treasures at the Granary is both a treasury and a treasure trail th
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Parnell Road, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Ireland
The National 1798 Visitor Centre is family friendly, and tells the epic and heroic tale of the 1798 Rebellion and its aftermath using the latest multi-media and interactive computers. After a tour, relax in the bright, airy tea room or browse around the w
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Parliament St, Kilkenny City, Co Kilkenny, Ireland
The St. Francis Abbey Brewery occupies over 25 acres in the heart of Kilkenny City. The brewery has been part of local life for over 290 years and it is here that Smithwicks Ale was first brewed in 1710.
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Lismore, Co Waterford, Ireland
The castle was built by King John in the 13th century. It was subsequently acquired by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1589 and since 1753 has been the home of the Dukes of Devonshire who reside there for five to six weeks per annum. For the remainder of th...
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Old Church, St Dymphna's, Athy Road, Carlow, Ireland
The museum was founded in 1995 and in July 2001 the museum opened in its current location on the Athy Road, Carlow Town. One of the museums main displays features the uniforms of the Irish Defence Forces. The Defence Forces service in UN peacekeeping miss
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Kilmeadan, Co. Waterford, Ireland
Since 1994 the former Fairbrook Woollen Mill has been transformed into paradise by Dutch artists Muller and Mastenbroek. The gardens have been laid out between ruins of the mill buildings and evolved over the years.
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