The Yeats Memorial Building is home of the Yeats Society and centrally located on Hyde Bridge, in Sligo Town Centre. A literary hub features an exhibit on Yeats’ life, a reference Read more [...]
Heading to Ireland and looking for something to do or a place to visit. Coast Radar is not just a list of beaches but we bring you the whole Ireland coast including castles, lighthouses, piers, museums, beautiful gardens, seaside towns, National Trust and other heritage properties.
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The Youghal Heritage Centre is in the old Market House, overlooking Youghal quay and jetty. The centre exhibits artefacts, images and models, illustrating the history of Youghal, the historic figures Read more [...]
The first lighthouse was built in 1202 on the cliffs to the west side of the harbour. This beacon was discontinued in about 1542. The current granite lighthouse was designed Read more [...]
The Waterford Crystal Factory Visitor Centre is located on the Mall in the heart of the Viking Triangle in Waterford City. The centre includes the history ofthe House of Waterford Read more [...]
Waterford Treasures is actually three museums in the Viking Triangle situated in the heart of Ireland’s oldest city Waterford. The museums are all next to each other and tell the 1100 Read more [...]
The West Cork Model Railway Village is taking you back to the 1940’s. You will see a miniature of the old West Cork railway line serving the towns with the handmade Read more [...]
Westgate Tower is a medieval gateway close to the grounds of Selskar Abbey and is known as Selskar Gate. This prominent stone gate tower was one of seven gates that provided access through the town Read more [...]
Westport House – visitors can tour 300 years of Irish heritage in this beautiful manor home and enjoy a myriad of attractions throughout the grounds.
Wexford County Museum is located within Enniscorthy Castle and contains a collection of local agricultural, military and domestic items. The 13th century Enniscorthy Castle is where Edmund Spenser wrote The Faerie Queene. Sir Read more [...]
Wexford Wildfowl Reserve is jointly owned and managed by the National Parks and Wildlife Service and BirdWatch Ireland. The reserve is located on flat farmland on the North Slob which Read more [...]
Wicklow Gaol was originally built in the late eighteenth century though there has been a jail on the site since 1702. The Goal tells the story of its prisoners through Read more [...]
Woodstock is a mansion ruin and estate located on the west bank of the River Nore, just outside the village of Inistioge in County Kilkenny, Ireland. The house, left unguarded, was burnt down during the Read more [...]