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Attractions / Ireland's Ancient East'

Avondale House & Forest Park

This is the birthplace and home of Charles Stewart Parnell. There are excellent facilities here, including picnic areas, children's play area, gift shop and restaurant.


One of Ireland's most beautiful visitors destinations. Glendalough has many attractions to entice, entertain and enthral visitors, from its world famous Monastic site with Round Tower to its scenic lakes & valleys, as well as a selection of walks and trails in the area including the Wicklow Way.

Russborough House

Russborough welcomes visitors to the demesne (estate) to explore the grounds and walks, explore the rich heritage and the lovely rooms, learn about the Sir Alfred Beit Art Collection, enjoy the Maze, relax and discuss the history of Russborough over a cup of tea or coffee.

Powerscourt House & Gardens

One of Europe's greatest Gardens, one of Ireland's greatest treasures. With speciality shops, Terrace Cafe & Garden Pavillion.

Victoria's Way

Roundwood, The Indian Sculpture Park covers 22 Acres of open country and forest with 22 black granite sculptures, 3 major bronzes included the most important being the 14ft Fasting Buddha.

Ireland's Ancient East

Take a short break in Ireland’s Ancient East and visit places filled with unmissable experiences! 

Arklow Maritime Museum

Displays information on the maritime history of Arklow, focusing in particular on its boat building, lifeboat and fishing traditions.