County Wicklow has several world famous sites and attractions from Glendalough to Powerscourt, but there is also an abundance of smaller, less well known, but equally interesting places to visit and things to see. From golden sandy beaches to rolling hills and valleys, Wicklow’s unique topography means that yet another stunning scene awaits just minutes away no matter where you are in the county. True to it’s name the Garden County also boasts some of the most beautiful gardens and homes in Ireland.
Glendalough, Powerscourt, Mount Usher Gardens, Sealife, etc...
One night Accommodation Bottle of bubbly and chocolates in your room on arrival Full Irish Breakfast, served until 12 noon Romantic 4 Course Valentines meal in The Tower Bistro Complimentary Wi Fi Live Entertainment in[...]
Sheevawn Musical Youth Theatre (juniors 4 to 12 years) present Seussical the Musical. This wonderful musical by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty is based on the works of Dr Seuss and brings together Horton Hears[...]
Open every Saturday from 10am until 2pm. Stalls include meat, vegetables, cakes, eggs, plants, pottery, woodturning, knitwear, jam & even a tea/coffee area! Lots of local growers & craftspeople For more information go to: Aughrim[...]
Your market at Killruddery, for community shopping at its best! Fine foods, locally sourced produce, crafts and more. Come and meet your local food and craft heroes, every Saturday, all year round, bring the family[...]
North Wicklow Country Market has been in existence for over 38 years and is a member of Country Markets Limited which have over 60 markets in Ireland. All products at the market are produced locally[...]
These paintings by Catherine Ryan were made in response to a number of visits to various coastal regions throughout Ireland during the course of 2015. They do not represent any one given location – rather[...]