Completed in 1912, the property consists of gardens, lakes, woodland and architectural features.
Attractions include exhibitions, nature trails, audio-visual show. In addition there is a summer programme of walks, talks and special events for younger visitors.
Glenveagh National Park for your Family Outdoor Activities in Donegal all walks and family events are free of charge but booking essential .
Coole Park, now a nature reserve, was the home of Lady Augusta Gregory, dramatist and co-founder with Edward Martyn and W.B. Yeats of the Abbey Theatre.
At Ireland’s premier visitor attraction you can explore two wonderful experiences – the acclaimed 15th century Bunratty Castle and 19th century Bunratty Folk Park.
Enter a special place, where Ireland’s heritage comes alive with sights and sounds that shaped a country and helped to shape the world.
Dedicated to the memory of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, President of the United States from 1960 to 1963, the Arboretum is a plant collection of international standing.
A restored plantation caslte of the early seventeenth century, picturesquely situated on the shores of Lough Gill.
Located approximately one mile off Kilrush, Scattery Island is home to a monastic settlement founded in the early 6th century by St. Senan who was born locally.
The world famous Japanese Gardens are situated in the 1,000 acre Tully Estate, now known as the Irish National Stud.
The exquisite 19th century Victorian castle,which gives the estate it’s name, is nestled within 50 acres of ornamental grounds.
Lough Key Forest And Family Activity Park a fun place to take the Family with its Adventure Play Kingdom and Boda Borg Adventure House
This great stone castle was founded in the early 13th century and became the principal residence of the Kildare branch of the Geraldines.
The Wexford Slobs are internationally famous for wild geese which spend the winter months here. The first geese came to the Slobs in 1898.
Robert Gore Booth (1805 – 1876) was born in a three story Regency style house with bow windows on the shores of Drumcliff Bay, by the site of the present walled Lower Garden.
An outstanding Cistercian abbey founded in the second half of the 12th century.