Walking Tours in Kilkenny
Looking to take a walking tour around the medieval city of Kilkenny ? Below you will find a list of walks that visit historical places in Kilkenny. Everything thing you could wish for to make your Kilkenny experience one to remember.
Join us for an unforgettable Cultural Sporting Experience and lets us show you how we do things - "The Kilkenny Way". Experience includes learning the basic skills of hurling and see the craftmanship of hurley making.
Touch The Past history tours are delivered by Amanda Pitcairn who employs her passion for the Middle Ages and public history. Visitors 'dive' into the Middle Ages while meandering through the lanes of Ireland's historic built heritage. Touch the Past tours are delivered in an engaging and accessible manner, providing an enjoyable and informative experience without compromising on the integrity of innate historical fact.
Touch The Past
Touch The Past history tours are delivered by Amanda Pitcairn who employs her passion for the Middle Ages and public history. More than a mere observation of old buildings, Touch The Past Tours focus on the lives of specific Medieval characters as well as life in general for the majority of ordinary medieval people. Visitors 'dive' into the Middle Ages while meandering through the lanes of Ireland's historic built heritage.
The Windgap and Tullahought are contain a significant number of items of archaeological interest including Killamery Cross, Knockroe, Grotto, Kilmacoliver Loop Walk & Megalthic Tomb and Garryricken Nature Reserve.
Leave the 21st century behind and step through time to Medieval Kilkenny. Meet the characters who hold the key to Kilkenny's historical past and experience the city as you have never seen it before.
This one of a kind ghost tour takes you through the medieval capital of Ireland. Kilkenny with its narrow cobbled lanes, remnants of its city walls and with its mystic charm, it should be no surprise that Kilkenny is bursting with tales of the paranormal. Its people have told stories for generations, handed down to become far more than hearsay. Kilkenny’s ghostly tales all have one very important thing in common they are all based around fact and arise from genuine historic tragedies.