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Arthurs Way 11
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Arthur’s Way

The Guinness Storehouse may be the home of the famous tipple but delve a little deeper and you will discover that its birthplace lies here in County Kildare.

Celbridge, Leixlip

Heritage & History
Barrow Way 3
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Barrow Way

Enjoy an afternoon stroll, a day out or even a restful week’s holiday exploring Ireland’s loveliest river, with something of interest at every turn on this 200-year-old towpath.

Athy

Heritage & History
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Celbridge Heritage Trail

Discover Celbridge and Castletown House, home to a host of interesting stories and historic buildings connect to an array of significant figures from the past.

Celbridge

Heritage & History
Explorers Way 6
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Explorer’s Way – Shackleton Heritage Trail

Spanning South County Kildare, discover a host of sites linked to the great polar explorer, Ernest Shackleton.

Athy

Heritage & History
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Gordon Bennett Route

A must for the classic car enthusiast and everyday motorist alike, the Gordon Bennett Route will take you on an historic journey across the picturesque towns and villages of Kildare.

Kildare

Heritage & History
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Grand Canal Way

The Grand Canal Way follows pleasant grassy towpaths and tarmac canal-side roads all the way to Shannon Harbour.

Naas

Outdoors
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Kildare Derby Legends Trail

Walk the Derby ‘trip’ over 12 furlongs, following in the hoofprints of the legends of Ireland’s pre-eminent horse race, The Irish Derby.

Kildare

Outdoors
Kildare Monastic Trail 4
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Kildare Monastic Trail

Explore the ancient monasteries of County Kildare around atmospheric ruins, some of Ireland’s best preserved round towers, high crosses and fascinating tales of history and folklore.

Kildare

Heritage & History
Kildare Heritage Trail 2
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Kildare Town Heritage Trail

Take a tour of one of the oldest towns in Ireland which includes St. Brigid’s Monastic Site, a Norman Castle, three medieval Abbeys, Ireland’s first Turf Club and more.

Kildare

Heritage & History
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My Bike or Hike

My Bike or Hike provides guided tours that are off the beaten path, delivered in a sustainable way, with a true local expert.


Adventure & Activities
Rsz Grand Canal Naas
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Naas Historic Trail

Have a ramble around the Historic Trails of Naas and unlock hidden treasures you may not have known about in the town of Naas Co. Kildare

Naas

Heritage & History
National Famine Way 3
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National Famine Way

A 167km walking trail following in the footsteps of 1,490 tenants forced to emigrate from Strokestown, passing through County Kildare at Kilcock, Maynooth and Leixlip.

Maynooth

Heritage & History
Royal Canal Greenway 2
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Royal Canal Greenway

The longest Greenway in Ireland stretching to 130km through Ireland’s Ancient East and Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands. One trail, endless discoveries.

Maynooth

Heritage & History
St Brigids Way 1
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St Brigid’s Cathedral & Round Tower

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.

Kildare

Heritage & History
St Brigids Way 2
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St Brigid’s Trail

St Brigid’s Trail follows the footsteps of one of our best loved saints through the town of Kildare and explore this mythical route to discover the legacy of St Brigid.

Kildare

Heritage & History