Viewing: South East
BrĂș BorĂș is a National Cultural Centre located at the foot of the historic Rock of Cashel. The centre promotes native Irish traditional music, song, dance and the language. It has an intimate performance theatre, impressive subterranean cultural exhibition, well stocked craft shop, a genealogy section, restaurant, and conference facilities.
A multi-activity forest park centred on the interactive multimedia âfootprints in coalâ exhibition which tells the complete story of the Castlecomer coal from formation to extraction. Fun for all the family.
Visitors to New Ross, County Wexford will immediately be drawn to the magnificent sight of the historic Famine ship Dunbrody towering over the quayside. Alongside this full-scale replica of the original ship is the new state-of-the-art Irish Emigration Centre.
The House of Waterford Crystal has now relocated to magnificent new home in the heart of Waterford City. The highlight of any visit, the factory tour, gives you an up close view of our manufacturing facility that produces 45,000 prestige pieces per annum.
Lismoreâs history is inextricably linked with the church and the story is told beguilingly at the Heritage Centre in the town. Find out about the ancient treasures of Lismore and see how the town evolved through the ages.
A classic exhibition centre featuring the Ros Tapestry; a series of tapestries depicting a dramatic presentation of the Norman Experience in Ireland. 15 striking embroidered panels, 6x4 foot in scale are the work of an extraordinary group of volunteers - 100 people over 10 years - who have immortalised this significant story in thread.
Rothe House is an Irish merchant's townhouse built between 1594 and 1610. Open to the public as a museum, with a reconstructed 17th century town garden, the House is the Family History Centre of Kilkenny City and County. It is the only house of its type in Ireland open to the public.
St Caniceâs Cathedral and Round Tower are an essential part of the structural heritage in the vibrant medieval city of Kilkenny. This ecclesiastical site was founded in the 6th century and named after St Canice. Cill Channigh is the Gaelic for the Church of Canice, the church that originally stood on the site in the 6th century.
VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art & The George Bernard Shaw Theatre is a dynamic multi-disciplinary arts facility presenting the best of local, national and international work in the visual and performing arts.