Located in the heart of the Garden of Ireland , there is such choice.
Wicklow’s Historic Gaol, Wicklow Town
The Gaol is one of Ireland's best, and most interactive experiences. On entering the building, you will be transported back in time and meet face to face with some of the most notorious characters to have walked the floors of this dramatic and history filled building.
Around the ruins of a fine Queen Anne style house lie 52 acres of wild Robinsonian gardens. Began in 1712 and further expanded with the advice of the Directors of the Botanic Gardens in Dublin during the 19th Century. Rare trees and shrubs abound.
National Garden Exhibition Centre
Set in the beautiful garden county of Wicklow, the Garden Exhibition Centre has established itself in Ireland as the leading exponent of new and classical trends in garden exhibition.
Powerscourt Estate and Waterfall
Powerscourt Waterfall is Ireland's highest at 121m (398ft.) It is set in one of Irelands most beautiful parklands at the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains. The Waterfall is an ideal location for summer picnics and barbeques.
Glendalough Visitor and Heritage Centre
Glendalough is a remarkable place that will still your mind, inspire your heart and fill your soul. For thousands of years people have been drawn to 'the valley of the two lakes' for its spectacular scenery, rich history, archaeology and abundant wildlife.
Other places of interests are:
• Annamoe Trout Fishery, Laragh, Co Wicklow
• ArklowMaritine Museum, Arklow
• National Angling for all, Aughrim
• The Irish Music Centre, Glendalough
• Old Shillelagh Stick Makers, Shillelagh
• Avondale House & Forest Park, Rathdrum
• Russborough House, Blessington
• Kilruddery House & Gardens, Bray
• Mount Usher Gardens, Ashford
• Powerscourt House & Gardens, Enniskerry
• Greenan Farm Museum and Maze, Rathdrum