South East Region
South East Region
Waterford and the South East region promises a wonderful opportunity to experience the country’s unique heritage.
The geographically compact sunny South East region plays host to many fine gardens including: the Dunbrody famine ship in New Ross, County Wexford; the mighty Rock of Cashel in Tipperary and the magnificent Kilkenny Castle, all of which feature in shore excursions to visiting cruise ships.
New for 2017: Kilkenny's Medieval Mile Museum is set in the 13th century St Mary’s church and graveyard we tell the stories of Kilkenny’s powerful patrons and inspired creators through the monuments and artefacts they left behind.
|Attraction & History||Location||Website|
|Waterford's Viking Triangle||Waterford||http://waterfordvikingtriangle.com|
|Lismore Hertiage Town||Waterford||www.heritageisland.com/attractions/li...|
|Kilkenny Castle & Heritage Town||Kilkenny||www.kilkennycastle.ie|
|Medieval Mile Museum NEW||Kilkenny||http://www.medievalmilemuseum.ie|
|Smithwick's Brewery Experience||Kilkenny||www.smithwicksexperience.com/|
|Dunbrody Farmine Ship||Wexford||www.dunbrody.com|
|The Kennedy Homestead and Emigrant Trail||Wexford||www.kennedyhomestead.ie/|
|Rock of Cashel||Tipperary||www.heritageireland.ie/en/south-e...|
|Holy Cross Abbey||Tipperary||www.heritageireland.ie/en/south...|
|Waterford Castle is unique in that it is Ireland's only island golf resort, close to Waterford City||Waterford|
Faithlegg House is beautifully restored 18th century mansion now as a superb four star hotel and golf course, close to Waterford City.
|Mount Juliet golf course was designed by great Jack Nicklaus and the course first opened in 1991, 40 minutes from Waterford.||Killkenny||
|Mount Wolseley is one of Ireland's premier parkland courses designed by masterful Christy O’Connor Jnr, one hour from Waterford.||Carlow||http://www.mountwolseley.ie/golf.html|
|Scenery & Gardens||Location||Website|
|John F Kennedy Arboretum||Wexford||www.heritageireland.ie/en/south...|
|Johnstown Castle Gardens||Wexford||www.discoverireland.ie/Arts-Culture...|