St Peter's Church of Ireland
St Peter's Church of Ireland (not to be confused with St Peter's Roman Catholic Church) is the church whose spire was burned by...
St Peter's Roman Catholic Church
Displayed in a glittering brass-and-glass case in the north transept, the shrivelled head of St Oliver Plunkett (1629–81) is this...
Set in a beautifully converted 19th-century monastery, this gallery has a permanent collection of contemporary art, plus regular...
Clarke & Sons
This wonderful old boozer is right out of a time capsule. Clarke's unrestored wooden interior features snugs and leaded-glass doors that...
Located in the Highlanes Gallery , this split-level cafe serves a stylish range of focaccia, bagels and gourmet sandwiches, including...
Magdalene Tower information
The 14th-century Magdalene Tower is the bell tower of a Dominican friary founded in 1224. It was here that England's King Richard II, accompanied by a great army, accepted the submission of the Gaelic chiefs with suitable ceremony in 1395. Peace lasted only a few months, however, and Richard's return to Ireland led to his overthrow in 1399.