• Glasnevin Cemetery

    Glasnevin Cemetery

    Dublin's graveyard with 1.5 million people buried here. Established by Daniel O'Connell in 1828 where political and civil war enemies are buried in close proximity. Famous "residents" from Ireland's history include "The Liberator" Daniel O'Connell, the charismatic Michael Collins, former President Eamon de Valera, and Parliamentarian Charles Stewart Parnell.
  • Glencar Waterfall

    Glencar Waterfall

    Glencar Waterfall is a natural tourist attraction, and provides an ideal location to pause, to forget one's cares and to allow the beauty and power of the waterfall to take one's complete attention, leaving stillness within.
  • Glenveagh National Park and Castle

    Glenveagh National Park and Castle

    Glenveagh National Park is located in north west Donegal, and comprises 16,000 hectares of bogland, woodland and lakes. Visitors can take a guided tour of the castle, and walk or cycle in the park. Golden Eagles, Peregrine Falcons and wild Red Deer are some of the many types of wildlife which may be spotted.
  • Hidden Ireland Adventures

    Hidden Ireland Adventures

    Hidden Ireland Adventures organises regular and customised tours and activities for visitors to the island of Ireland. These include walks and hikes in the mountains and valleys of Cork and Kerry, rock climbing, canoeing in the Lakes of Killarney, boat trips out to Skellig Michael and the Great Blasket Island.
  • Historical Walking Tours

    Historical Walking Tours

    This is the Fáilte Ireland approved and award-winning tour which is both educational and entertaining. It explores the main features of Irish history, taking you to some of the most significant historical sites and putting modern Dublin in a historical context.
  • Indian Sculpture Park at Victor's Way

    Indian Sculpture Park at Victor's Way

    Looking for something completely different? Be curious, and be prepared to be transported to another world. This Indian Sculpture Park contains over 30 sculptures in black granite and bronze in heights ranging from from 1.7m to 4.5m (5.5 to 15 feet). The collection is unique in the country if not the world. They challenge the visitor both visually and mentally.
  • Ireland's School of Falconry

    Ireland's School of Falconry

    Have you ever been curious about what it's like to hold a hawk, to have it take off, circle above you and then to swoop down and land on your gloved fist? Based in the beautiful Ashford Castle, Ireland's Falconry School offer a "Hawk Walk" to small private groups. Participants are informed about the hawks and taken on a woodland walk where they allow the hawk to take off, fly above and to land on their hand. "An experience of a lifetime".
  • Jerpoint Glass Studio

    Jerpoint Glass Studio

    Jerpoint Glass is a family business blowing and shaping handmade glass products. They are famous for their use of colour in their jugs, drinking glasses, vases etc. At the Jerpoint Glass Studio you can see the glass being blown and skillfully shaped.
  • Kilkenny Castle

    Kilkenny Castle

    Kilkenny Castle was initially built over 800 years ago, with additions and alterations performed since then. It is strategically located at a crossing point on the river Nore. Much restoration work has taken place over the last 100 years, and it is the major tourist attraction in the region. Its grounds and gardens are great for walking or just taking pictures, plus there is a children's playground.
  • King John's Castle

    King John's Castle

    Built between 1200 and 1212, King John's Castle has over 800 years of fascinating and bloody history. Recently restored and fitted out with interactive touch-screen technology, 3D models and activities to involve the visitors, young and not so young, this castle really brings history to life.