Thomas A. Cobden

Carlow Attractions
Churches

Carlow Presbyterian Church (Scots’ Church)

The early 19th-century Scots Church in Carlow town is the county’s largest Presbyterian church. It is located at Athy Road in Carlow town. And just opposite there is a Carlow Methodist Church. As a matter of fact, Scots Churches are very rare, only 4 known to be in existence in Ireland (two in Dublin, one […]

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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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Duckett`s Grove, County Carlow
Carlow Attractions
Historic Houses
Must visit place in Carlow

Duckett’s Grove

One of the greatest attractions in County Carlow is Duckett`s Grove. I highly recommend visiting this amazing place. It makes a great impression. Also, this is the most photogenic place in the entire of County Carlow. Duckett’s Grove is the ruins of the house of the Duckett family. It was built in the 18th, 19th, […]

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Carlow Attractions
Towns and Village

Tullow

Tullow is the second largest town after Carlow town in County Carlow. In Irish An Tulach, meaning ‘The Mound’, formerly Tulach Ó bhFéidhlim. It is a small market town located on the River Slaney Valley in the midst of rich, fertile agricultural land. It is where the N81 road intersects with the R725. So, it […]

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Carlow Attractions
Churches
Top 10 of Carlow Town

Carlow Cathedral of the Assumption

Being in Carlow Town is worth taking a moment and seeing the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Also, called Carlow Cathedral of the Assumption. This is a Roman Catholic cathedral, the main temple of the Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin located in Carlow. What`s more, this Cathedral is built in a neo-Gothic style. […]

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