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Top Ten Things to do Around Naas


Coolcarrigan House and Gardens

Coill Dubh Naas

A 15 acre garden full of rare and unusual flowers and shrubs, Coolcarrigan House and Gardens is a beautiful spot for a family day out, a romantic stroll or a simple wander. Coolcarrigan House has proven a popular location for wedding photographs too. Keep an eye on the Into Kildare events page for open days with guided walks through the gardens.




Renowned country-wide and internationally as one of Ireland’s great racecourses, look no further than Punchestown for great day out of horse racing or hunt racing. This year’s Punchestown festival runs from April 26th – 30th and is sure to be a great week of sport, fun, food and entertainment.


The Moat Theatre

Abbey Street


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An intimate theatre in the heart of the town, The Moat Theatre hosts quality music, comedy and theatre acts from all around the country and beyond. The size of the 200 seat theatre lends to a great atmosphere, and the staff are very helpful. A small bar and café are also on site, serving great homemade food.


Killashee Hotel



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Killashee Hotel located just five minutes outside the town of Naas and is truly a magical place to spend time catching up with a friend in the spa, a weekend away with a loved one or a family staycation. The hotel boasts some beautiful woodland walks on the grounds to enjoy before tucking in to some afternoon tea in the Terrace Restaurant.


Naas Racecourse

Tipper Rd, Tipper West

If  it’s a bit of fun you’re looking for, a trip to Naas Racecourse does not disappoint. With incredibly attentive staff and a great range of food and drink available, it’s an outing you’re sure not to forget in a hurry.


Irish Working Sheepdogs

Ballymore Eustace

Located about 15 minutes outside of Naas, Irish Working Sheepdogs in Ballymore Eustace is absolutely not to be missed! Experience a true taste of Irish heritage and meet Michael, a renowned sheepdog handler who offers you a memorable experience of seeing working border collies in action!


near Rathangan, Lullymore Heritage and Discovery Park is a brilliant outing for all the family. On Lullymore bog with peat bog heritage displays and a bog train, and excellent seasonal events at Christmas, Easter and Halloween, Lullymore has it all.




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If you’re planning a trip to Naas, we highly recommend a relaxing yet informative cruise down the Grand Canal with Visit the Leinster Aqueduct or perhaps Digby Bridge while admiring the locks and life on the canal.  Afterwards, pop into Lock 13 just outside the barge in Sallins which is home to Kildare Brewing and some amazing pub grub!



33 South Main

Main St

Who doesn’t love some live music on a night out? Head to the newly renovated ‘The Stores’ in 33 South Main for some great music, great food and even better cocktails!


Naas Historic Trail



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Have a ramble around the Historic Trails of Naas and unlock hidden treasures you may not have known about in the town. You can stay close to the centre in Trial 1 and start with Naas Town Hall which was built in 1854 or venture further afield to Tandys Bridge in Trail 3 named after James Tandy who lived in the adjacent Millbank House in the early 1800’s!



Ladytown, Naas


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Experience state of the art bowling lanes at KBowl! Enjoy some food from KDiner lounging on plush leather sofas while waiting your turn to bowl. KBowl is suitable for all ages with an abundance of arcade games upstairs and Wacky World Soft Play Centre for children.

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