The Lower Lake is the smaller of two beautiful lakes set in the Glendalough Valley. Glendalough means “Valley of two lakes”.
Nearest Things To Do Wicklow
Heading to Wicklow 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 Wicklow coast including castles, lighthouses, piers, museums, beautiful gardens, seaside towns, National Trust and other heritage properties.
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Sea Life located on Bray’s Seafront, County Wicklow, National SEA LIFE Bray is one of the country’s largest all-weather Marine and Freshwater Zoos. It’s collection of over 90 species of 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 [...]
Mount Usher is an excellent example of a so-called Robinsonian garden, with its relaxed informality and natural layout. As well as the garden you have a cafe and the Courtyard shops which offer a Read more [...]
The Black Castle is ruin situated ina rocky promontory on the eastern side os Wicklow harbour. Access is a short walk from Wicklow Town itelsef by heading out on South Read more [...]
Glendalough Tower is approximately 30 metres high and a round tower built of mica-slate interspersed with granite. The tower originally had six timber floors, connected by ladders with the entrance itself Read more [...]
Lugnaquillais a 925 metre (3,035 ft) tall mountain just out side Wicklow. Views, on a clear day, extend east across the Irish Sea to the hills of the Llyn Peninsula and mountains of Snowdonia in Wales, and west to the mountains Read more [...]
Russborough House is a stately house reputed to be the longest house in Ireland, with a frontage measuring 210 m/700 ft. The house is an example of Palladian architecture, designed Read more [...]
Avondale House was built in 1777 for Samuel Hayes, a barrister who wrote a book on Irish Forestry and was a pioneer of the re-afforestation of Ireland, planting many thousands Read more [...]