Duckett's Grove, Carlow

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#1 of 8 in Historic Sites in County Carlow
Historic Site · Tourist Spot
Once a grand mansion, Duckett's Grove is now one of the most photographed ruins in the country. Once the center of a vast estate, it was home to the Duckett family in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries. In 1933, the interior of the mansion was sadly destroyed by a fire. What remains is a stunning Gothic exterior and two interconnecting walled gardens. (text submitted by listing owner) Plan your visit to Duckett's Grove and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Carlow road trip website.
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  • The guided tour of the house by Kevin, a well informed entertaining presentation. Two of my adult family were with me and were equally impressed  more »
  • Did tour today with Kevin (guide) and it was such an pleasant way to spend a sunny afternoon. Kevin was excellent in his knowledge and in his delivery of the history of the house. Highly recommend!  more »

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