The Coal Mining museum provides a fascinating tour through Castlecomer’s mining history.
Packed full of stunning jewellery and crafts from local designer makers, the craft yard also hosts workshops and events throughout the year.
Consisting of a series of chambers formed over millions of years, the cave contains some of the finest calcite formations found in any Irish cave.
Beautiful woodland walk with a picnic area and very tame deer, a 10 minute drive from Castlecomer
Restaurant Lady Anne at Creamery House is an elegant 20 seater dining room in the beautifully restored Creamery House, featuring a stunning menu by award winning chef, Keith Boyle
The Redwood cafe is located on the grounds of Castlecomer Discovery Park. Open 7 days a week serving breakfast, lunch, snacks, desserts, tea, and freshly ground coffee.
The Castlecomer Estate yard is set to host another year of several street food festivals, comprising of local food and craft stalls, live music and a now traditional bonfire set in the heart of the estate yard. The 2020 schedule will soon be available.
Castlecomer will be hosting yet another year of the renowned Wellie race. It is a day for getting out, getting creative and starting the year on the right foot by supporting the local community event with donations and proceeds going towards supporting local charities and services.
Deenside Players will proudly present and perform a pantomime in the Castlecomer Community Hall on a series of nights throughout January. On tradition, the Deenside players will reenact a childhood fairy tale for all the community to come and see. Whether you are a family member of the cast, a friend, or indeed just someone who is looking for a bit of entertainment, the Deenside Player’s Panto Castlecomer is the place to be!