Things to Do in Wicklow

Footfalls Walking Tours 
are a local company specialising in Walking holidays, they can tailor a walk to suit your group or individual needs and really make sure you get the best out of your Walking Holiday in Wicklow. To find out more follow the link below:

Footfalls walking Tours

Wickow has many walks, have a look at Visit Wicklow link to choose from the many walks, there are walks for history buffs, nature lovers, adventure seekers and walks for anyone who just loves to get out and exlore.

Visit Wicklow Walks

Wicklow Gardens

Wicklow is known worldwide as the "Garden of Ireland" not only is our county a beautiful garden full of breathtaking scenary but we have some of the Irelands best known gardens located here. Below are some links to Visit Wicklow with information on lots of our great gardens and links to some of our favourites:

Visit Wicklow Gardens

Irelands Ancient East discover Powerscourt

Powerscourt Gardens and Waterfall

Located in Enniskerry Village on the N11 southbound, this award winning garden is full of Character and Colour.

Russbourough House

This 18th Century Palladian Mansion is a must see, with gardens to roam in and tours of the house, there is a Maze that could provide hours of entertainment for anyone with a bad sense of directioin. Enjoy!

Russborough House

Wicklow’s Historic Gaol

This is fast-becoming one of the most iconic ‘must-visits’ on the trail of Ireland’s Ancient East. A major transformation of the visitor experience in 2014 saw the ancient prison become one of the country’s most high-tech virtual reality historic attractions. 

Holographic projections of cruel prison guards, life-like mannequins of major historic figures and state of the art audio-visual systems recreate the sounds of the defiant cries of the 1798 rebels, the famine era, the War of Independence and the Civil War.

 The replica two deck transportation ship, meanwhile, now features holographic interaction with the ship’s captain as visitors climb aboard the torturous 200-day journey to Van Diemen’s land.

Wicklow's Historic Gaol

 

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