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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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Margaret Power
Great site, really enjoying exploring everything in detail, my Father John (Jackie)Power RIP was from Carrick on suir his beautiful home town and all my family have been visiting for our lifetime, beautiful town and lovely people.
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