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Places to Visit

 

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  • Ormond Castle - 14th century residence of the Butlers of Ormond - Click HERE to see video of guided tour.
  • Heritage Centre - 13th century Church Site off Main Street
  • West Gate - Early defensive gate at Town Walls
  • Town Clock Tower - (1794)
  • Old Bridge - (Mid 15th century) 1799 River disaster
  • St. Mollerans Church - 14th century early Franciscan Abbey
  • St. Nicholas Church - Church site since 18th century
  • Town Hall - Administrative Centre
  • Dillon Bridge - 19th century
  • Oven Lane - Off Main Street (15th century)
  • River Suir Quayside - Marina
  • Fair Green Commonage - 13th century
  • Town Park - Early 19th century
  • Clairin Well - Early 16th century water source
  • River Suir - Walking town path route
  • Coolnamuck Road - 13th century townsland
  • Reilig na Muc - 13th century Graveyard
  • Carrick Laneway Network - General
  • Brewery Lane Theatre - Castle Street
  • Glen River - Wildlife & Aviary Wetland site
  • Villa Terrace - Malcolmsons Houses, St. Johns Road
  • Bother Bui - Yellow Road – old route to Waterford via Kilmeaden.

 

PLACES TO SEE & VISIT IN THE DISTRICT

  • Ahenny High Crosses - 10 km
  • Kilkieran High Crosses - 6 km
  • Curraghmore House & Shell House - 12 km (by appointment)
  • Tybroughney Castle - 5 km (by appointment)
  • Ballyneale Castle - 5 km (by appointment)
  • Churchtown Graveyard - 6 km (Burial Site of Maurice Davin, 1st President of the G.A.A.)
  • Mothel Holy Well - 4 km (Ancient Religious Site)
  • Ink Bottle House - 4 km
  • Teagasc Kildalton Agri College - 5 km (Formerly Bessborough Estate)
  • Knockroe Tombs - 13 km (Ancient Burial Site, approx 5,000 years old)
  • Harristown Dolmen - 13 km
  • Rathgormack Castle - 12 km
  • Clonea Castle - 12 km
  • Wall’s Castle, Coolnamuck - 3 km
  • Victoria Slate Quarries - 10 km

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Bridget Goron nee O'brien
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I have visited Carrick many times it really is a wonderful town. My connection with Carrick is that my parents William O'Brien and Margaret (Rita)Wall were born there.
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