Butler House Gardens
National Craft Gallery
Contemporary Irish crafts are showcased at these imaginative galleries, set in former stables across the road from Kilkenny Castle, next...
Rising above the River Nore, Kilkenny Castle is one of Ireland's most visited heritage sites. Stronghold of the powerful Butler family,...
The Butler Gallery in the basement of Kilkenny Castle is one of the country’s most important art galleries outside Dublin. Small...
Don the heels, spike the hair and head for the belle-époque cellar of the Hibernian Hotel where DJs spin an eclectic mix for an...
Dark leathers contrasting with lighter tables and walls at this one-time theatre provide a stylised backdrop for chef Maria Rafferty's...
Butler House Gardens information
The beautiful Butler House gardens are home to an unusual water feature constructed from remnants of the British-built Nelson's Pillar, blown up by nationalists in Dublin's O'Connell St in 1966.