The Barrow. Our River Your Journey

Select a Category >>
Woodstock Castle Athy Co. Kildare-Courtesy of The National Library of Ireland

Woodstock Castle

Woodstock Castle originally built in the 13th century, was a rectangular keep of two stories, with a large hall on the first floor. The entrance was on the first floor …

kildare_village

Kildare Village Chic Outlet Shopping

T: +353 (0) 45 520501 - W: www.kildarevillage.com/

For a great day out, nestled within landscaped grounds and presented in an authentic village environment, Kildare Village Chic Outlet Shopping is label heaven. You will find it difficult to resist temptation …

Leighlinbridge with view of river from on high

Leighlinbridge

The gentle sloping hillsides surrounding Leighlinbridge add to the visual delights of this village where a generous and industrious community spirit continues to enhance its natural beauty while recognising and …

The John F Kennedy Arboretum

John F Kennedy Arboretum

T: + 353 (0) 51 388171 - W: www.heritageireland.ie

Dedicated to the memory of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, President of the United States from 1960 to 1963, the Arboretum is a plant collection of international standing. It covers 252 hectares …

Graiguenamanagh Abbey, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland

Duiske Abbey

T: + 353 (0)59 9724238

First built in 1204 by William Marshall, Duiske Abbey is the largest and perhaps the finest of the thirty-four medieval Cistercian monasteries in Ireland. The abbey is the parish church …

Dunbrody

Dunbrody Famine Ship

T: + 353 (0)51 425239 - W: www.dunbrody.com

Located on the quayside in New Ross, the Dunbrody Famine Ship is a full scale replica of the original ship built in 1845 which transported emigrants to North America. Visitors …

Carlow Beers

Carlow Brewing Company

T: + 353 (0) 59 9720509 - W: www.carlowbrewing.com

Muine Bheag Business Park, Royal Oak Road, Bagenalstown, Co Carlow. Founded in 1996, Carlow Brewing company is located in Bagenalstown, Co Carlow, the heart of Ireland’s historical hop and malt-growing …

Bagenalstown

Bagenalstown

Bagenalstown, otherwise known in its Gaelic version as Muine Bheag is sited on a pleasant reach of the River Barrow and derives its name from Walter Bagenal, who in founding …

Copy of Ros Tepestry logo

Ros Tapestry

T: + 353 (0) 51 445396 - W: www.rostapestry.com

The Ros Tapestry Project is a huge community initiative in progress in Co. Wexford. First conceived in 1998, the project continues to be developed some 15 years later by a …

sites-whites

Athy Historic Town Walk

Athy may have been named for a Munster chieftain killed in the 2nd century, but the Kildare town is today a peaceful heritage haven, with official status as a Heritage …