Kildare Arthur Guinness
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Follow in the Footsteps of Arthur Guinness

Follow in the footsteps of Arthur Guinness on this 16km trail, taking in historic sites linked to Ireland’s most famous brewers – the Guinness family. Explore the town of Celbridge […]

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killinthomas wood
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Killinthomas Wood – Is This The Nicest Nature Trail In Ireland?

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!

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Not To Be MissedThings To DoTrails & WalksAthy

The Shackleton Trail

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. […]

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Trails & Walks

The 1903 Irish Gordon Bennett Cup Race

The 1903 Gordon Bennett Cup Race came to Ireland because of the remarkable victory by Selwyn F. Edge in the 1902 race. The rules required the winning country to stage […]

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St Brigid’s Trail

The remarkable story of St Brigid, Ireland’s beloved female patron saint, and her time in Kildare is highlighted throughout the St Brigid’s Trail as you take in some of Kildare […]

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Lullymore Heritage Park Kildare
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25 Years On: Lullymore Has Put Down Roots in 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.

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New ‘Ireland’s Ancient East’ Signs Now Sited in Kildare to Boost Tourism

Fáilte Ireland’s first phase of its orientation signage for Ireland’s Ancient East is continuing with four key visitor orientation signs now installed in County Kildare.

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