Kildare Village, Co. Kildare

Another shopper’s paradise in County Kildare is the amazing Kildare Village.

Kildare Village is Ireland’s only luxury outlet shopping destination.

It is one of 11 luxury shopping destinations in The Bicester Village Shopping Collection. The 11 Villages are located close to some of the most important cities in Western Europe and China. They are in London, Dublin, Paris, Brussels, Frankfurt, Munich, Milan, Barcelona, Madrid, Shanghai and Suzhou. Each Village has its own style, regional flavor, and carefully curated mix of boutiques.

First opened in September 2006. It is located adjacent to the town of Kildare in the heart of Ireland’s most populated region. Which is also famed for its tradition of thoroughbred horse breeding and racing. The design of the Village, as individual boutique stores facing an open-air, landscaped pedestrianized boulevard. It is inspired by the ambiance and scale of the region’s stables and stud farms. And creating an intimate and tranquil setting.

Kildare Village is home to 100 boutiques of international fashion and lifestyle brands.

And the world’s most exciting designers. Which include Armani, Hugo Boss, Calvin Klein Jeans, Coach, DKNY, Guess, Jimmy Choo, Karl Lagerfeld, Michael Kors, Mulberry, Prada, Polo Ralph Lauren, and Tommy Hilfiger. Togeth+er with Irish designers that include Louise Kennedy. All offer up to 60% off the recommended retail price all year round. Some new stores have opened their doors at the new extension. Like Adidas, Johnsons of Elgin, and Anastasia Beverly Hills.

You really should visit Kildare Village. You can pick up some great bargains!

Great place to visit not only for shopping but also for the experiencing different feel of shopping.

There are also dining options at Kildare Village, from casual eateries, coffee shops & cafes to upmarket restaurants.


Below are photos I took in September 2021.


Blogger. Volunteer. Enthusiast of photography, nature, architecture, and cultural events. Since 2014 living in County Carlow in Ireland.

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