The Relic of the Head of St. Oliver and other bone relics and artefacts are housed here at the National Shrine to St. Oliver in St. Peters Church, West St. Drogheda.
Without doubt, these are amongst the most important relics of the Irish Church, and many thousands of pilgrims from at home and abroad, come each month to pray at the Shrine. Openi - St Peters Church
An impressive and well preserved Cistercian Monastery which was founded in the 12th century under the patronage of the local ruling family, the MacDermotts. Though mutilated during the 17th and 18th centuries when it was used to accommodate a military garrison, Boyle Abbey nevertheless retains its ability to impress the visitor as one of the most f - Boyle Abbey
Built in 1865, the cathedral remains one of Corks most famed landmarks. The cathedral is based on the William Burges French gothic style design. Burges gave the cathedral a Resurrection Angel, made of copper and gold leaf as a gift and it is located on the pinnacle of the sanctuary. There is a local superstition which states that if ever the angel - St. Finbarrs Cathedral
This fine preserved tower-house was built for a 15th century merchant in Ardglass, County Down. Ardglass was an important port and town in the Anglo-Norman Earldom of Ulster and an impressive group of tower-houses are features of its townscape. Jordans Castle is the best-preserved example. ought by the antiquarian Francis Joseph Bigger in 1911, who - Jordans Castle
These extensive remains are of a Cistercian Abbey founded in 1180, by John de Courcy, who led the 1177 Anglo-Norman invasion of East Ulster. It is set in a beautiful location beside the River Quoile, with distant views towards de Courcy's Cathedral town of Downpatrick. De Courcy's wife, Affreca, founded Grey Abbey, also a Cistercian house. It is se - Inch Abbey
Built between 1202 and 1285, St Canices has been preserved in its original style and form. Worship has taken place here for over 800 years.
See the wonderful stained glass and the largest collection of ancient monuments.
View Kilkenny and the surrounding area from the 9th century round tower (weather permitting) and see the seat of the bi - St Canices Cathedral
A magnificent 18th century building designed by the leading architect of Georgian Waterford, John Roberts. It is situated on the site of the medieval cathedral and contains many interesting features associated with this historic location. Opening Times ( Generally )
Monday - Friday
10.00 to 18.00
10.00 - 16.00
12. - Christ Church Cathedral Waterford
The Church of St. Anne Shandon, one of Irelands most famous Christian landmarks. Since the 6th century there has been a Christian witness in this place.
As you approach Shandon, from all directions, you will see both coloured stone of red/white and such is the affection that Shandon holds in the hearts of the citizens of Cork that they design - St. Annes Shandon Church