The Visit Kilkenny Blog.
A preview and review of all that's going on in the Marble City to help you plan a most enjoyable visit to our Faire Medieval Citie.
The festive season is over, the evenings are dark and the Winter weather is taking its toll on our good mood. It’s no wonder that January is the month when most Summer holidays are sold.
Tis the season for festive cheer. Mince pies, Christmas pudding, turkey and ham, groaning tables and full glasses. Once you’ve indulged in the very best seasonal food that our producers and cooks have prepared for our Christmas dinners and parties, Kilkenny has a wealth of fun ways to help to burn it off and raise funds for local charities at the same time.
We’d like to invite you to take some time out from shopping enjoy a jam packed programme of musical and cultural events to really heighten the Christmas spirit
Now that December has started, it’s time to get organised for Christmas. How about taking a different gift-giving approach this year?
It's almost Christmas and Kilkenny is in full festive swing. The lights are lit, the decorations are up and Santa Claus is coming to town.
Ossory Pedestrian Bridge is now open. The longest of its kind in Europe, the bridge hangs beneath the existing Ossory bridge on the Ring Road, connecting Canal Walk with Lacken Walk.
It’s been a month in which economics has been at the forefront of our consciousness but as our international economists return to their universities and banks, Kilkenny prepares to look at global film culture with the 2nd Subtitle film festival.
What an amazing festival Savour 2014 turned out to be. A true community festival imagined, executed, enjoyed and shared by Kilkenny people passionate about our amazing food: growing it, cooking it, eating it and celebrating it. This year saw our most ambitious and innovative programme yet, showcasing the vibrant and creative food culture of Kilkenny