Get a feel for what we’re all about by discovering inspiring stories from Kildare!
The best afternoon tea spots in Kildare for every budget and occasion To coin a popular phrase, there’s always time for tea. Especially if there’s scones and sandwiches in the […]
Spa, golf and shop til you drop as part of your perfect Kildare summer staycation Having spent the majority of the past 18 months in a state of lockdown, there […]
5 reasons to put the Kildare Derby Festival in your summer plans From patron saints to world-renowned golf courses, County Kildare is synonymous with many things. But arguably, as the […]
While the virus has impacted this year’s June Fest, chief Yarn Bomber, Annie Morris, does not know the meaning of ‘no’.
Stories bring local places to life and helps us to remember and cherish what makes those places so special and to pass it on to future generations.
Killinthomas Wood in County Kildare is like something straight from a fairytale and we here at Into Kildare believe this is one of the most stunning woodlands in all of Ireland!
Take a step back in time with a visit to the Museum of Icons, by Newbridge Silverware.
The annual festival is back Tuesday April 30th until May 4th and it’s an event not to be missed!
Thanks to Athy Boat Tours and the upkeep of the canals, the waterways of Athy has seen an increase in tourism of over 500% in the last five to six years!
South Kildare Heritage Trail – ‘Explorer’s Way’ Take a Walk Through our History and Heritage…. Burtown House & Gardens Journey to Burtown House & Gardens located between Athy and Ballytore. […]
Kildare – The Thoroughbred County Few sights encapsulate the essence of County Kildare more than that of horses pounding across the springy open plains of the Curragh, crisp clouds of […]
Punchestown 2018 kicked into full gear yesterday and our new Chief Experience Officer, Stephen Maher, was there to capture it all. Not a bad way to spend a Tuesday….#intokildare […]
Great afternoon yesterday in @mondellopark with @intokildare . Sun was shining and the kids loved the cars. Very friendly crowd. Raging I couldn’t stick around for the drifting! #intokildare #kildare […]
Lullymore Heritage Site, which stands on a mineral island in the Bog of Allen, was opened by former President Mary Robinson in 1993 and now welcomes over 50,000 visitors each year.
Grab your boat-shoes because we’re going on an adventure. A night’s sleep aboard a boat is certainly a unique way to see Kildare. Wake up to the sounds of lapping […]
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