Wilcklow Anglican church

This church dates from the 18C, and has a copper cupola, donated by the Eaton Family in 1777. The 12C Irish Norman doorway opens onto an interior with a pretty king-post roof, a 12C baptismal font, an organ, transferred at the end of the 18C from the Anglican Cathedral in Cashel. The tablet, titled «Church of the Vineyard», recalls the vines planted by the Normans.

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Franciscan Friary
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The extensive ruins of the Franciscan
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Halpin Memorial
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This obelisk, made of polished granite,
30 minutes
Black Castle
Black Castle
Maurice Fitzgerald built the castle in
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Franciscan Friary
Franciscan Friary
The extensive ruins of the Franciscan
15 minutes
Black Castle
Black Castle
Maurice Fitzgerald built the castle in
30 minutes
Historic Gaol
Historic Gaol
This formidable stone prison, built in
30 minutes
See all