Supporting Local businesses has never been more important. Kildare has an abundance of businesses that provide the highest quality of goods and services.
Check out the local businesses in Kildare and see the quality service that is offered right on your doorstep.
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.
Run by local Artist Fiona Barrett, Ballymore Eustace Art Studio is situated just outside the picturesque village of Ballymore Eustace in County Kildare. Surrounded by fields, wildlife and resident hens […]
GlennGorey Pumps are your “one stop shop” for all water pumps & installation needs
Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) is the national authority for thoroughbred racing in Ireland, with responsibility for the governance, development and promotion of the industry.
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 Library Services have a library in all large towns of Kildare and support 8 part time libraries throughout the county.
A unique mix of heritage, woodland walks, biodiversity, peatlands, beautiful gardens, train trips, pet farm, fairy village and more.
Mongey Communications is a family-owned business based in Kildare which has grown and developed into a cutting-edge communications technology operation.
Nolans Butchers was established in 1886 and was set up on the main street of a small village in Co.Kildare known as Kilcullen by the Nolan brothers.
The national training academy for the Irish horseracing industry offering courses for jockeys, stable staff, racehorse trainers, breeders and others involved in the thoroughbred sector.
Formed in the 1950’s, the Moat Club was made to provide Naas with suitable facilities for drama and table tennis. The building of the Moat Theatre first served as a […]