1. A short guided walk of Medieval Kildare.
This is a guided tour of some of the heritage of medieval Kildare Town lasting 40 minutes. The tour is an opportunity for people from ten years of age plus to learn about the abbeys of Kildare, the castle, and other features of significance, in one of Ireland’s oldest Towns.
Due to the current situation the maximum number of people on each tour will be 5 people maximum and we would advise that people have face coverings and keep an appropriate distance from each other during the Tour.
Booking Essential: 00353 45530672 or email email@example.com
Cost €3 Adults €2 Children
Starts: Outside Kildare Town Heritage Centre
15th August – 11am
• 15th August – 12noon
• 16th August – 11am
• 17th August – 11am
• 18th August – 11am
• 19th August – 11am
• 21st August – 11am
• 22nd August – 11am
2. Where in Kildare-Trail
Where in Kildare?’ is taking people on a journey around the town using less well known monuments, artefacts and art in a fun and interactive way. It uses images of often missed sites which relate different aspects of the town and surrounding area.
Click on the attached link below and complete and email answers on firstname.lastname@example.org People completing the ‘Where in Kildare?’ trail will be entered into a draw to win five tickets for the magical Virtual Reality Experience ‘Legends of Kildare’ which will take place at the end of Heritage Week. You are considered a local if you can answer 90% correctly and a visitor if its 50% or lower.
3. Mapping Medieval Kildare
Kildare Town Heritage Centre commissioned the creation of a map showing a snapshot in time of the walled town of Medieval Kildare in the 15th to 16th century. This video was created for Heritage week 15th to 23rd August 2020, to show how the project came about, to have a look at some of the key sites and to hear about the artists creative process.
4. For All Events During Heritage Week
For information on other events in Kildare and throughout the country please follow the link below or go to www.heritageweek.ie