Attractions

13th March 2012
Aghade

Aghade

Aghade is a beautiful viewing spot over the River Slaney, close to the village of Ardattin and an ideal location for sightseeing.
13th March 2012
St. Mullins Heritage Centre

Carlow Trail of the Saints

Carlow Trail of the Saints is made up of 3 Separate driving routes which between them cover the entire County of Carlow and feature 51 ecclesiastical […]
13th March 2012
Bishop Daniel Delany Museum

Bishop Daniel Delany Museum

The main focus of Bishop Daniel Delany Museum is a display of artefacts relating to Bishop Daniel Delany and to the educational work of the Brigidine Sisters […]
12th March 2012
Ballyloughan Castle

Ballyloughan Castle

Ballyloughan Castle was probably built in the 13th century and consisted of a large open courtyard with a curtain wall and a moat outside. Only a […]
12th March 2012
Ardattin

Ardattin

Ardattin is a picturesque country village, 6 km south of Tullow near the River Slaney. Located closeby was Ballintemple House, birthplace of Pierce Butler, soldier, statesman […]
12th March 2012
Gordon Bennett Route

Gordon Bennett Route

Let Gordon Bennett Route  take you on an historic journey across spectacular Irish countryside and into the picturesque towns and villages of counties Kildare, Carlow and Laois […]
11th March 2012
Ballymoon Castle

Ballymoon Castle

Just 3.5 km east of Bagenalstown Ballymoon Castle dates to the 14th century. Ballymoon Castle as striking as it is unusual comprises a courtyard about 80 feet […]
11th March 2012
Bagenalstown

Bagenalstown

Bagenalstown, otherwise known in its Gaelic version as Muine Bheag is sited on a pleasant stretch of the River Barrow and derives its name from Walter […]
11th March 2012
Carlow Historical and Archaeological Society

Carlow Historical and Archaeological Society

Carlow Historical and Archaeological Society was formerly known as the Old Carlow Society, was founded in 1946 with Rev. W. Millar as Chairman, Liam D. Bergin […]