There’s a certain excitement to finding experiences that feel more authentic or undiscovered by travellers.
Whether it’s hidden gems like woodlands, historic ruins and ancient houses that lurk off the beaten track, some of the most memorable and unique travel moments can be found when you veer away from the guidebooks.
In light of Covid-19 restrictions, numerous events and activities in Kildare may have been postponed or cancelled and a lot businesses and venues may be temporarily closed. We recommend you to check with relevant businesses and/or venues for latest updates.
One of the top natural tourist attractions in Co. Kildare celebrating the wonder and the beauty of Irish peatlands and their wildlife.
A fantastic fun-filled day out for families with a wide variety of activities including guided tours and hands-on farming fun.
Coolcarrigan is a hidden oasis with a fantastic 15 acre garden full of rare and unusual trees and flowers.
A hidden gem selling huge array of handmade gift items from potters, artists and craftsmen. Onsite cafe and deli.
Experience the true essence of Irish country living and wonder at the magic of fantastic sheepdogs in action.
Kalbarri is a family-run cookery school and catering business operating from Kilcullen in Co. Kildare. With an emphasis on wholesome family cooking from the freshest ingredients, Siobhan Murphy and her […]
Kildare’s premier gallery since 1978, exhibiting the artworks by many of Irelands established artists.
A family friendly open farm experience, where you will see a wide variety of farm animals in a natural and relaxed setting.
Just a short distance outside of Rathangan Village lies one of Ireland’s best kept secrets for nature!
Virtual Reality experience transports you back in time on an emotional and magical journey in one of Ireland’s oldest towns.
12th century Norman castle containing many interesting and unusual historic items.
Standing at the entrance of Maynooth University, the 12th century ruin, was once a stronghold and the primary residence of the Earl of Kildare.
Newbridge Silverware Visitor Centre is a contemporary shopper’s paradise featuring the famous Museum of Style Icons and the unique Factory Tour.
Located on the site where St Brigid the patron of Kildare founded a monastery in 480AD. Visitors can view the 750 year old cathedral and climb the Round Tower the highest in Ireland with public access.
Leinster’s largest hedge maze is a fabulous attraction located just outside Prosperous in the North Kildare countryside.