Ballingarry is close to a range of colorful Limerick’s more popular attractions. Among the places not to miss are the fascinating Callan Golf Club and the fantastic Augustinian Abbey. Two other worthy points of interest close by Ballingarry are Kells Priory and Black Abbey.
Ballingarry has plenty of cultural attractions nearby that make great places to visit. Learn, admire and be thoroughly entertained in the various museums such as Rothe House in Kilkenny, the South Tipperary County Museum in Clonmel and the South Tipperary Arts Centre. Lovers of the arts can enjoy a night of great entertainment at venues such as The Hub in Kilkenny. Popular galleries, include the National Craft Gallery in Kilkenny.
If the sun is shining head outside and appreciate the nearby parks and reserves. Whether you are looking to recharge your batteries, do a spot of fishing or enjoy the gentle lapping of water head to Marlfield Lake in Clonmel.
Be sure to take the time to see the most popular attractions in the area. Should you feel the need for a little spiritual renewal, pay a visit to the area’s holy places, such as the St John's Church in Kilkenny.
If you love to play golf, take a trip to the Kilkenny Golf Course in Kilkenny and the Mount Juliet Golf Course. It’s a great way to get out and enjoy the outdoors.
Those who are traveling without kids will enjoy an afternoon or night out at the St. Francis Abbey Brewery in Kilkenny.
Nearby Semple Stadium, Cashel is the perfect place to experience Limerick’s passion for hurling, and to see local legends, the Tipperary GAA, in action. On weekends the stadium is filled with blue, yellow and white, as hurling fans gather to get behind their home-grown heroes.
Finding somewhere handy to stay in Ballingarry is a breeze. The Hotel Kilkenny, the Kilkenny River Court Hotel and the Newpark Hotel, Kilkenny are among the most popular accommodation options here.