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Fingal is full of historical heritage sites and properties across the county. From Swords Castle to Newbridge House there are many different attractions to visit in Fingal.

Ardgillan Castle

Ardgillan Castle

Overview

Ardgillan Castle and Demesne is Ireland's hidden gem. The property is set in spectacular parklands overlooking the Irish Sea. Read more
Ardgillan Castle Bench
Ardgillan Castle
The park consists of 194 acres of rolling open grassland, mixed woodland and gardens, overlooking the Irish Sea.
Newbridge Hero

Newbridge House and Farm

Overview

From the gently undulating wildflower meadows of the Park to the stately grandeur of the Georgian Mansion, Newbridge Demesne truly is an experience for all ages and in all seasons. Read more
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Newbridge House and Farm
Newbridge House is a Georgian Villa built to the design of James Gibbs in 1747 for the then-Archbishop of Dublin.
Malahide Castle

Malahide Castle Demesne and Regional Park

Overview

Malahide Castle Demesne and parkland boasts pleasant walks, play areas, sporting facilities. Read more
Malahide Castle Reception
Malahide Castle Demesne and Regional Park
Malahide Castle Demesne and parkland boasts pleasant walks, play areas, sporting facilities.
Swords Castle Entrance

Swords Castle and Town Park

Overview

Located in the centre of the ancient town, Swords Castle contains over 800 years of history. Read more
Swords Castle
Swords Castle and Town Park
The castle was built by the Archbishop of Dublin, John Comyn, around 1200, as a residence and administrative centre.
Howth Castle and Coast

Howth Castle

Overview

Howth Castle and estate lie just outside the village of Howth. The estate includes much of the peninsula of Howth Head, including extensive heathland and much of the famous Howth cliff walks, with views over Dublin Bay, light woodland, and the island of Ireland's Eye. Read more
Howth Castle Exterior
Howth Castle
Howth Castle and estate lie outside the village of Howth, with extensive heathland and the famous Howth cliff walks.
Bremore Castle Exterior

Bremore Castle

Overview

Estimated to have been built in the 14th century, Bremore Castle is a large tower house located north of Balbriggan. Read more
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Bremore Castle
Estimated to have been built in the 14th century, Bremore Castle is a large tower house located north of Balbriggan.
Santry Park

Santry Demesne Regional Park

Overview

Santry Demesne opened as a regional park in 2004. The site includes a 72-acre park and a 15-acre linear park on the banks of the Santry River. Read more
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Santry Demesne Regional Park
Santry Demesne opened as a regional Park in 2004. The site includes a 72-acre park and a 15-acre linear park on the banks of the Santry River.
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Tolka Valley Regional Park

Overview

The Tolka Valley Park comprises almost 300 acres, it includes wetlands, wildflower meadows, woodland and pedestrian paths throughout. Read more
Tolka Valley Park
Tolka Valley Regional Park
The Tolka Valley Park comprises almost 300 acres, it includes wetlands, wildflower meadows, woodland and pedestrian paths.
Skerries Mill

Skerries Mills

Overview

Skerries Mills is a unique collection of two windmills and a watermill with an associated mill pond, mill races, wetlands and is an ideal place to visit on a day trip. The Mill complex also houses the Watermill Café and the Craft Shop. Read more
Skerries Mills
Skerries Mills
The fully restored complex brings to life the authentic workings of a five sail windmill, four sail windmill, water mill and bakery of the 1800s.

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