10 Must See Attraction Places Of Kilkenny Ireland

31, December By James Smith

 Kilkenny Castle: A blend of architectural styles, this castle was the main Irish residence of the powerful Butler family for almost 600 years

Black Abbey: Known for its beautiful stained glass windows, it’s located at 1 Abbey Street, Kilkenny, County Kilkenny, R95 TCK6

Saint Mary’s Cathedral: An impressive example of Gothic architecture.

Medieval Mile Museum: Offers a fascinating insight into Kilkenny’s history.

Rothe House and Gardens: A unique early 17th-century merchant’s townhouse.

St. Canice’s Cathedral and Round Tower: One of the only two round towers in Ireland that people can climb.

Dunmore Cave: Known for its rich archaeological discoveries and for being the site of a Viking massacre in 928.

Jerpoint Abbey: A ruined Cistercian abbey, located near Thomastown.

Kilfane Glen & Waterfall: A pristine garden dating from the 1790s.