Old Scottish baronial castle built by the Annesley family between 1856 and 1858 overlooking Castlewellan lake.
Mizen Head on the very dramatic Mizen Peninsula is traditionally regarded as Ireland’s most southerly point.
Knockmany Passage Tomb
A protected Neolithic passage tomb built around five thousand years ago with highly decorated standing stones.
St Mary’s Cathedral
Nestled in the heart of the medieval city of Kilkenny this cathedral was built in 1857.
Bought in 1944 by descendants of the Irish rebel Robert Emmet who was hanged for treason.
Shelmalier Forth Mountain
Shelmalier Forth Mountain is a public area in Wexford with walks, views, flora and fauna. Walks
Dún na Rí Forest Park
This 565 acre forest park in Cavan is famous for its wishing well, waterfall and shrubs.
This incredible megalithic tomb is thought to have the largest capstone in Europe weighing 103 tonnes.
Hill of Uisneach
Ireland’s sacred centre and said to be the burial place of the mythical Tuatha Dé Danann.