The Walled Garden Loop walk is enclosed with in the walls of the old estate. The wood has 2 looped walks for both a short stroll or a longer walk.
From the very moment you arrive at Kiltorcan Raceway, the team are on hand to make you feel welcome.
Experience a real taste of Kilkenny through Kilkenny Tasting Tours with Anne Neary
Ireland’s Medieval Mile runs from ‘Castle to Cathedral’ in the City and this discovery trail is an ideal way to enjoy the compactness of Kilkenny City
Zwartable Ireland is a sheep farm in County Kilkenny run by Suzanna Crampton
A great pub located in Stoneyford, Kilkenny that offers the best craic, hurling experience and great music.
For all GAA lovers, immerse yourself in the history of Ireland's oldest sport at the Kilkenny Way Hurling Experience
Situated on the outskirts of Kilkenny City, Warrington Top Flight Equestrian Centre caters for novice and experienced riders
On the Kilkenny Road near the picturesque village of Freshford, this family run equestrian centre lies just seven miles from the historic city
Kilkenny Airsoft is the first fully automated airsoft indoor shooting range in the whole of Ireland.
Experience the adrenaline of paintball, the fun of bubble football, the playfulness of splat ball and more
Meet some of the world’s rarest and most unusual animals at Ireland’s only Reptile Zoo
Laser Combat, Kilkenny offer a range of team building activities suitable for all the family, including Archery, Laser Clay Shooting & Laser Combat
Countryside Leisure Activity Centre, offer a range of activities from Clay Pigeon Shooting, Indoor Rifle Target Shooting to Archery
Discover the ancient art of falconry with your very own private Hawkeye Falconry Experience
St Canice’s Cathedral and Round Tower are an essential part of the structural heritage in the vibrant medieval city of Kilkenny
Known locally as ‘The Seven Castles’, the Augustine priory of Kells is one of the largest and most impressive medieval monuments in Ireland
Jerpoint Abbey is an outstanding Cistercian abbey founded in the second half of the 12th century
Established 800 years ago, Jerpoint Park is a 12th century medieval settlement that offers guided Heritage Tours daily of the Medieval Town
Ormonde Language Tours offer walking tours of Kilkenny in English, French or German. The tours are the ideal way to explore Kilkenny city
A complete golf practice facility; indoor bays for all weather; spacious outdoor grass tee box; putting green, chipping area and sand bunker
Situated on a plateau, Mountain View golf course is very rarely affected by weather conditions and is therefore playable all year round.
Few golf courses in Europe have a horse racing track as a backdrop, but that's exactly what a golfer will find at Gowran Park Golf and Race Course
Don't miss an opportunity to play this fantastic 18 hole course, set in a 200-year old forest
The 18 Hole Championship Parkland Course, is set on 120 acres of parkland and measures 5,933 metres with a par of 71.
The Watershed is a sports and leisure facility in Kilkenny and one of Ireland's finest
Explore the Rivers Barrow, Nore and Suir by kayak, canoe or stand up paddle board with Pure Adventure based in Graiguenamanagh
Over 4 acres of lakes, stocked with Rainbow and Brown trout ranging from 2lb to 20lb, Ardaire Springs cater for family and group fishing activities
This picturesque paradise with waterfall is a fine example of a romantic garden in a splendid setting of wooded countryside.
Explore the Kilkenny countryside with a visit to Woodstock Gardens and Arboretum, overlooking the River Nore Valley in Inistioge
Kilkenny Castle Park comprises of an incredible 50 acres of land providing the ideal spot for a picnic no matter how big the family are!
Castlecomer Discovery Park offers a range of exciting recreational, cultural and educational activities for visitors of all ages.
Spend a morning or afternoon cycling with Kilkenny City Cycling Tours and visiting all of the main tourist attractions & hidden gems
Waterside Bike hire is at the Waterside Guesthouse located right in the heart of Graiguenamanagh
Windgap, a small village in the South West of the County has unearthed hidden gems of such significance that they now reside in the National Museum
Enjoy the great outdoors with the family at Brandon Hill Camping & Glamping, a camping park on the foot of Brandon Hill
The award winning Mount Juliet offers a range of outdoor activities from Golf, Fishing to Horse Riding and much more