Wicklow County Tourism

* Top Attractions

Arklow Maritime Museum

Arklow Maritime Museum

Bridgewater Centre, Arklow, Tel.: +353 86 446 0784
The Maritime Museum Arklow is a treasure trove of shipbuilders’ models, half models, plans and a unique collection of eight paintings of Arklow sailing ships from the hand of that famous Pier Head painter, Ruben Chappell. All articles

Avoca Handweavers & Mill at Avoca Village

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Avoca Village, Avoca, Tel.: +353 402 35105
Built on the banks of the Avoca River from where it used to draw its power, you’ll find a large Avoca Store and Café and a working handweaving mill. The oldest surviving working mill in Ireland today, dates from 1723. There are tours

Avondale House & Forest Park

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Rathdrum, Rathdrum, Tel.: +353 404 46111
Avondale House & Forest Park includes the Charles Stewart Parnell Museum. Over 500 acres of mature woodland with tree’s from all over the world including the tallest collection of Trees in Ireland. We have walking trails from an e

Ballymurrin Quaker Farmstead

Quaker-Farmstead

Kilbride, Wicklow Town, Tel.: 00 353 404 48206
Set in a historic landscape of undulating contours, moods and hues, Ballymurrin Quaker Farmstead opens its doors to welcome visitors. Uncover the stories of this farmstead; those who lived, died, were imprisoned & emigrated.  Visit the

Dwyer-McAllister Cottage

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Dwyer-McAllister Cottage, Glen of Imaal
Scene of a famous shoot out during the 1798 Rebellion. It was here that the famed rebel Michael Dwyer fought off the surrounding British troops and made good his escape over the snow covered mountains. The cottage is traditional thatched, b

Festina Lente Gardens

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Old Connaught Ave., Bray, Tel.: +353 1 2720704 / +353 87 3293680
Description:  One of the few surviving restored walled Gardens in Ireland still in use today as it would have been in the late Victorian period. The House and gardens were home to the Plunkett family from 1807 until 1946. Each generation e

Glendalough Monastic City

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Glendalough, Laragh Glendalough
Glendalough is home to one of the most important monastic sites in Ireland. This early Christian monastic settlement was founded by St. Kevin in the 6th century and from this developed the “Monastic City”. Most of the buildings that sur

Glendalough Visitor Centre

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Glendalough Visitor Centre, Laragh Glendalough, Tel.: +353 404 45325
The visitor centre brings visitors back in time to the golden age of Irish History:   the Ireland of Scholars and Saints.  Follow the footsteps of St. Kevin, founder of Glendalough.   The audio-visual show is available in many language

Glenroe Open Farm

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Ballygannon, Kilcoole, Tel.: +353 1 2872288
Offers close access to a terrific selection of farm animals and pets. This is a wonderful experience for kids, who can see a variety of farm animals up close and in real life. It is an excellent opportunity for kids to learn about farm life

Greenan Farm Museums & Maze

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Greenan, Rathdrum, Tel.: +353 404 46000
Set in midst of the beautiful Wicklow hills, lies a curious attraction where people go to lose themselves in the countryside! Greenan Farm Museums & Maze grew from the hobby of father and son, Jonathan and Will Wheeler. In 1988 Jonathan