The scenery in Kildare is something to behold year-round. There’s no shortage of ways to get out and explore in this nature-filled mecca, so dig in and see what inspires you!
Home to some of Ireland’s most beautiful rolling countryside, Co. Kildare is a wonderful destination for those who enjoy making the most of the great outdoors. Whether you like woodland walks or picturesque riverside strolls, there’s a massive amount of choice in Co. Kildare. Plus, the open plains of The Curragh, and a relative lack of hills, means that Co. Kildare is a wonderful destination for walkers and cyclists of all ages.
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.
Just a short distance outside of Rathangan Village lies one of Ireland’s best kept secrets for nature!
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12th century Norman castle containing many interesting and unusual historic items.
A unique mix of heritage, woodland walks, biodiversity, peatlands, beautiful gardens, train trips, pet farm, fairy village and more.
Monasterevin Tidy Towns are a local community grurp in a small town in Kildare that showcase incredible love for their county.
A mixed woodland with a choice of walking routes on the site of the 5th century monastery founded by St Evin and less than 1km from Monasterevin.
Designed by Darren Clarke, Moyvalley Golf Club is home to a 72 course suitable for all levels of golfers.
Adjoining Kilkea Castle, Mullaghreelan Wood is a picturesque old woodland estate that offers the visitor a very unique forest experience.
My Bike or Hike provides guided tours that are off the beaten path, delivered in a sustainable way, with a true local expert.
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
Nothing beats the excitement of day at the races in Naas. Great food, entertainment and racing!
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.
Newbridge Tidy Towns is a community group which works hard to make the town a more attractive place in which to live, work and do business in.
Pollardstown Fen offers a unique walk on unique soil! Follow the boardwalk through the fen to experience this 220-hectares of alkaline peatland close up.
The home of Irish Jump Racing and hosts to the famous five-day Punchestown Festival. A world class event venue.
This unique venue offers the complete package for combat game enthusiasts with exciting adrenalin fueled activities.
The longest Greenway in Ireland stretching to 130km through Ireland’s Ancient East and Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands. One trail, endless discoveries.
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.
A unique cultural experience that celebrates the sport of hurling with lots of fun and some fantastic photo and video opportunities.
Leinster’s largest hedge maze is a fabulous attraction located just outside Prosperous in the North Kildare countryside.
The 5 Star K Club Hotel & Golf Resort is one of the best golf hotels in Ireland with one of the best golf courses in Ireland, designed by one of the greats players in the sports history, Arnold Palmer.