Month: August 2021

5km from Carlow Town
Carlow Attractions
Gardens
Must visit place in Carlow

Delta Sensory Gardens

Delta Sensory Gardens have been voted the best place to visit in County Carlow by Trip Advisor for several years running. In addition, described as “An Oasis of Peace and Tranquility”. These gardens are unique for many reasons. And have so much to offer the visitor during all the seasons of the year. So, Delta Centre was established in 1990 […]

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Carlow Attractions

Rudkin’s Mill

Panoramic Rudkin’s Mill is located on the River Barrow, in Bagenalstown (Muine Bheag), County Carlow. Reputedly the first mill in Bagenalstown is now in ruins. So, the Rudkin after whom the mill is named came to the area, about the year 1680. Over the following 30 years, he is reputed to have built this mill […]

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Carlow Attractions
Historic Houses

Ballykealey House

Ballon (irl. Ballán) is a small village in County Carlow. And this is where the Ballykealey House is located. Ballykealey House is a 19th-century original Country House. So the house once sat on an estate of 1,500 acres. Also, it is interesting because of its artistic architecture. It`s a gothic-style house designed by Thomas A. […]

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Carlow Attractions
Gardens

An Gairdín Beo

What a beautiful place I discovered in the center of Carlow Town on Old Dublin Road. It is called “An Gairdín Beo” which means an Irish saying that literally translates to ”The Garden Alive”. So, An Gairdín Beo is a living garden for the Carlow community with a two-acre space. And it is located just […]

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Carlow Attractions
Street Arts

Maser Art mural in Carlow Town

As I mentioned in my post Walk with Carlow Fringe Festival art trail map, 16th of June appeared the newest Maser Art mural in Carlow Town. It’s located on the junction of Old Dublin Road and College Street, next to The Irishman Pub and close to the VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art and The George […]

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