Smithwick's Brewery Tours
If you smell something funny in the air, it may be the Budweiser being brewed under licence in the Smithwick Brewery . Now owned by...
Confederation Hall Monument
On the corner of Parliament St and the road leading down to Bateman's Quay, this monument (really just a fragment) built into the Bank...
Rothe House & Garden
Ireland's best surviving example of a 16th-century merchant's house is the Tudor Rothe House. Built around a series of courtyards, it...
The lowest-key bar in Kilkenny gets pretty lively when there's a hurling match screening. But most of the time you can ponder your pint...
This sunny-sweet French spot does great tartines (open-faced sandwiches) with such belly-filling toppings as sausage and eggs, as well...
Grace's Castle information
Lonely Planet review
Near the Confederation Hall Monument is the ramshackle Grace's Castle, originally built in 1210, but lost to the family and converted into a prison in 1568, and then in 1794 into a courthouse, which it remains today. Rebels from the 1798 Rising were executed here.