County Wicklow

It is named after the town of Wicklow, which derives from the Old Norse name Víkingaló, which means ‘Vikings’ Meadow’.
Motto: Meanma Saor ‘Free Spirits’.

These are some of the most significant landmarks, buildings and monuments in County Wicklow

Humewood Castle, Kiltegan. County Wicklow 1872

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A fantasy castle, The Humes and A ground breaking court case Humewood Castle was built in 1872 and is located in Kiltegan. co.Wicklow. The Humes formerly lived in a fortified tower house built [...]

Humewood Castle, Kiltegan. County Wicklow 18722020-04-30T13:10:40+00:00

Knocksink Bridge, Enniskerry. County Wicklow 1859

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Once the highest bridge in Ireland with a treasure trove of unique species below it Not many people are aware whilst driving into Enniskerry on the R117 that they passing over the Knocksink [...]

Knocksink Bridge, Enniskerry. County Wicklow 18592020-05-02T10:18:57+00:00

Derrybawn Bridge, Laragh. County Wicklow 1700

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One of the most photographed & painted bridges in Ireland The Derrybawn Bridge is located in Laragh in co. Wicklow. There has been a bridge at this location since 1700 however this ivy-clad [...]

Derrybawn Bridge, Laragh. County Wicklow 17002020-04-29T17:55:20+00:00

Avondale House, Rathdrum. County Wicklow 1777

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The stunning home & estate of Charles Stewart Parnell Avondale House is located near the village of Rathdrum in County Wicklow. This was the birthplace and home of Charles Stewart Parnell (1846 -1891) [...]

Avondale House, Rathdrum. County Wicklow 17772020-05-03T17:39:32+00:00

Powerscourt House & Estate, Enniskerry. County Wicklow 1741

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One of Ireland's most beautiful mansions & voted 3rd best gardens in the World Powerscourt House was built in 1741 and is located on the Powerscourt Estate in Enniskerry, co. Wicklow. It was [...]

Powerscourt House & Estate, Enniskerry. County Wicklow 17412020-05-02T11:16:35+00:00