Soak up the unique atmosphere of Ardmore, and hundreds of years of history light up some of the most iconic sights in the country. In… Read More »An Amazing Guide To The Sheep Of The Chieftain’s Wife That Were Depastured There
Take the first step and help us preserve the heritage of Ardmore. We need your help to fill in the names that we are missing.… Read More »Secrets To Putting Lost History In Context – Can You Help?
Step inside one of the great locations in Ardmore. And, immerse yourself in a medieval palace like no other in Ardmore. Be transported to a… Read More »100’s Of Amazing Facts On The Secret Life Of McKennas Castle That No One Is Telling You
Jim Morrish found a picture recently of his late aunt, Eileen Murray (the young girl with the round glasses bottom right-hand corner 2nd row, wearing a black coat in the featured image).
When you come and visit Ardmore, take a moment and lose yourself by some of Ireland’s most striking Look Out Towers. Perched on the headland… Read More »Why The Amazing Lookout Is Worth Your Attention
Step into history and read all about the famous Rocket Crew of Ardmore.
Meet the men that risked their own lives to save others
The Ardmore Rocket Crew By James T. Quain (Originally Online 18th October 2003 In The Ardmore Journal).Read More »Introducing The Amazing Rocket Crew Members From Ardmore
Set high on a cliff overlooking Ardmore Beach and Bay, this building was constructed on the Odell Estate for the coastguards in 1867. Today the… Read More »The Truth Behind The Old Coastguard Station
We include a second account of the The Round Tower of Ardmore, and its Siege in 1642 (January 1, 1856) as presented in The Journal of the Kilkenny and Southeast of Ireland Archaeological Society BY JOHN WINDELE, ESQ.Read More »The Secrets Behind The Siege Of Ardmore In 1642
Whatever part of Ardmore you love, you’ll find yourself within walking distance of some of our awe-inspiring landmarks. From a Cathedral to a Round Tower… Read More »Discover The Amazing Story Of The Duivhin Deaglain
Ardmore is a seaside village in County Waterford. It is located 40 miles between both Cork and Waterford and Clonmel. And, it forms part of… Read More »Do You Want To Find Out More About Ardmore?