Established in 1946, the Irish National Stud combines an active role in the development and promotion of Irish bloodstock with its role as one of the country's major tourist attractions. The Gardens, planned to symbolise the 'Life of Man', are now of international renown and are acclaimed as the finest Japanese Gardens in Europe. The Irish National Stud & Gardens are only 5km (3 miles) from the hotel.
Located within the Newbridge Silverware Visitor Centre the Museum of Style Icons hosts numerous collections and artefacts relating to Stars of the Silver Screen and many modern day artists - including Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, Princess Grace, Princess Diana, Michael Jackson, Michael Flatley, the Beatles and many more only 2km (1 mile) from The Keadeen.
Lullymore Heritage & Discovery Park is a family day visitor attraction located on a mineral island in the Bog of Allen, just 4 miles (6km) outside Rathangan, County Kildare, Ireland and only 14km (8 miles) from the hotel. A great mix of fun, leisure and education ensure that there is something to interest visitors of all ages.
Leinster’s largest hedge maze is a fabulous attraction located just outside Prosperous in the North Kildare countryside, 21km (13 miles) away. Out in the fresh air, this is a great place for families to enjoy a day out together.
St Brigid’s Cathedral in Kildare Town was built by the Norman Bishop Ralph of Bristol in 1223. The entire site is steeped in important religious history; it’s believed to be the location at which Saint Brigid, one of Ireland’s patron saints, founded a nunnery in the 5th century and is located just 5km from The Keadeen.
The Curragh Camp has its own museum, that you can visit and take in the marvels of this magnificent geographical and historical site.
The beautiful gardens at Burtown are unusual in that they are worked by three generations of the same family. The gardens are made up of several areas, including large herbaceous borders, shrubberies, a rock garden, a yew walk divided by a pergola, a sundial garden, an old orchard, a walled organic vegetable garden and a large woodland garden, only 20km from The Keadeen.
Castletown House has much to offer the visitor such as a Museum, Historic House, parkland walks and Courtyard Café.
Sir Alfred and Lady Beit bought Russborough in County Wicklow in 1952 to house their impressive art collection. They left this historic Palladian mansion, its collections and their fascinating life story to the Irish public in 1978.
The gardens are made up of several areas, including large herbaceous borders, shrubberies, a rock garden, a yew walk divided by a pergola, a sundial garden, an old orchard, a walled organic vegetable garden and a large woodland garden.
The Riverbank Arts Theatre hosts a number of plays, music, stand-up comedy, workshops, and much more in Newbridge.
The Moat Theatre in Nass also hosts a nmber of artistic and culural events year-round.