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Kilkenny City and Glendalough Day Trip from Dublin
"After setting off from central Dublin your first stop on the Kilkenny City and Glendalough Day Trip will be the 12th century Kilkenny Castle - a beautiful Anglo-Norman castle that stands on the banks of the River Nore. You’ll have time to explore Kilkenny Castle’s beautiful gardens before ambling into the city for lunch (available for an additional cost) and a stroll around its picturesque cobbled streets. Kilkenny City has a rich heritage of cathedrals Tudor houses and monasteries and you'll gain a sense of its medieval history as you walk around. Before leaving the city you'll see the St Francis Abbey Brewery
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Blarney Castle and Cork Day Trip from Dublin
"Leaving the city of Dublin behind you'll set off on board a luxury air-conditioned coach and watch the landscape change from Dublin's urban cityscape to the rolling green hills that typify the Irish countryside. Your day trip will drive through several areas of interest including the Galtee Mountains and the Curragh in County Kildare which is home to Ireland's National Stud Farm and is famous as a sporting region.Passing south through County Tipperary your tour will reach Blarney Castle by late morning. This beautiful medieval castle is home to one of Ireland's best loved treasures - the fascinating Blarney Stone
From EUR56.00
 
Smithwick's Experience Kilkenny Entrance Ticket
"Make your own way to Smithwick’s Experience Kilkenny roughly 1.5 hours from Dublin by car at a time suited to you. Located in an old Victorian brewing building in Kilkenny City the Smithwick’s Experience offers a fully interactive multi-sensory journey through Smithwick’s history.On arrival join one of the guided tours — which run every 30 minutes and last approximately an hour — and trace the evolution of Ireland’s oldest beer brand from its medieval origins right up to present day.Holograms
From EUR12.00

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Roscrea castle.

Unfortunately for us, the castle actually stopped opening a few days before our visit to Roscrea, so all I have are a couple of photos from outside and a Heritage Ireland website to show me what I...
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Rosemary square. Roscrea.

Rosemary square and Rosemary street that leads to it were probably after one of the daughters of The Damer family who built the Queen Anne house inside the courtyard of Roscrea castle. The square...
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St. Cronan's monastery and church, Roscrea.

This is the other St. Cronans, not far from the centre of town on the Dublin road and easily walkable in a few minutes. The church itself dates from 1812, but the entranceway through which you must...
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St Cronan's catholic church. Roscrea.

After walking under the belfry of the Franciscan friary, a path leads south to St. Cronan"s catholic church. As St. Cronan is deemed to be the founder of Roscrea, probably in the 7th c, both sets of...
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Roscrea Franciscan friary.

Just round the corner from Rosemary square is Abbey street which takes you to the Franciscan Abbey, to be exact, the ruins of it although the belfry is still in use. The Friary is built on the...
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Roscrea Castle

I stumbled on this place accidentally while having a wander and waiting for my dad and step-ma to come out from mass. I only had about 20 minutes to have a quick look around, but for a student ticket...
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Damer House

Located inside the grounds of Roscrea Castle, your ticket will cover entry to Damer House, a Queen Anne style building built in 1722 with local rubble sandstone.The house has had a varied past, as a...
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World's Oldest Butter

Titter ye not!This must be one of the most memorable things I've seen in Ireland, or potentially ever... (Although the Stamp Museum in Budapest could rival this one for general wierdness...)In Damer...
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Walk in the Park

Glebe Park in Roscrea has very recently undergone renovation and is much improved.If you are in Roscrea and have kids, this is a great place. It's small but has a nice playground manufactured by a...
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"Roscrea, Co Tipperary."
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