Kiltartan Gregory Museum
Lady Gregory is honoured in full at this small museum close to Coole Park. Housed in an old schoolhouse, it traces the literary patron's...
This extensive monastic site is beside a small lake and includes a well-preserved 34m-high round tower, the remains of a small...
This 16th-century Norman tower was the summer home of Yeats from 1922 to 1929 and was the inspiration for one of his best-known works,...
Lonely Planet review
Once home of Lady Augusta Gregory, cofounder of the Abbey Theatre and a patron of Yeats, the house here was demolished by nitwit bureaucrats in 1941. But displays recall its literary legacy and the present-day nature reserve is a beautiful place to stroll. Look for the autograph tree, on which many of Lady Gregory's literary guests carved their initials. It's about 3km north of Gort off the N18.