Dating sites in kilkenny
Trinity College Dublin: Founded in 1592, Trinity College is the oldest university in Ireland and has seen many great minds pass through its gates including Jonathan Swift, Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker and three of Ireland’s Presidents.
The college is a peaceful place to walk around, to enjoy the classic architecture or just to escape the crowds and traffic of Dublin. The Book of Kells: Held in Trinity College, the Book of Kells is an illuminated manuscript dating from 800AD.
Kilmainham Jail: This former prison turned museum is hugely important in Irish history.
It was the site of imprisonment and execution for several leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising.
A visit to the workshop allows you to see how the crystal is made and a chance to find your own one of a kind hand made piece from the home of crystal.
Kylemore Abbey: Founded in 1920, Kylemore Abbey was originally built as a private home but now houses a Benedictine monastery.
Although it has virtually no soil, this area is home to a vast array of wildlife and vegetation and has a really mystical feel to it.
Doolin Village: The village of Doolin on the coast of county Clare is widely regarded as the home of Irish traditional music.
Learn how ‘The Black Stuff’ is made and discover its interesting history, and finish off your tour with a free pint at the Gravity Bar where you can enjoy panoramic views of Dublin city.
National Museum of Ireland: This beautiful building holds all of Ireland’s most prized treasures including ancient Celtic jewellery and objects, prehistoric Ireland exhibits and the story of Ireland in more modern times too.
It’s situated right in the heart of Georgian Dublin and also incorporates the National History Museum.
This stately castle sits beside a glassy lake surrounded by forest, with some pristine gardens and walking trails in the grounds.
Galway Music & Theatre Venues: If there’s one thing Galway is famous for, it’s music and theatre.
Christchurch Cathedral: In the centre of medieval Dublin, Christchurch Cathedral is a Victorian Gothic Cathedral that takes pride of place at the top of Dame Street.