1. The Blackforest Bakery
What is the number one thing you look for in a new town? Great cake, right? Well you’re going to love the Blackforest Bakery. Found down by the harbour the bakery is famous for its fresh bread, delicious cakes, creams and fancies.
2. Kilcock Art Gallery
If you’re a bit of a culture vulture, stop by the Kilcock Art Gallery for a guided tour and check out some of the latest names in Irish fine art.
3. Kilcock canoe polo club
Canoe polo is the coolest sport you’ve never heard of and its home is found in the harbour of the Royal Canal in Kilcock. Now with over 100 members, canoe polo will be a great way to stay fit and meet new people in the town.
4. Larchill Arcadian Gardens
Once called the ‘most fashionable garden in Ireland’… in 1883, Larchill is the only surviving garden of its type in Europe. Worth a visit then so!
5. Rye River Cafe
Breakfast, lunch or dinner, we love a visit the Rye River Cafe.
6. O’Keeffe’s Bar
The perfect spot for a quiet pint or a cosy Sunday lunch, Thomas O’Keeffe’s is well known for its great food and friendly atmosphere.
7. Kilcock Golf Club
Weather permitting, this is one of our favourite courses in the area, and is just a short spin from Millerstown
8. Kilcock Slí ne Sláinte
This scenic walk is 5.5km in length and starts at the Fairgreen, near the entrance to the Railway Station car park.
9. The Timeless cafe
After a long walk, what’s better than a big breakfast to fill you up for the day?
10. The new primary care centre
A big boost to the town is the new primary care centre that will open in early 2018 providing first class health care to all residents.
11. Public library
Help your child discover a love for books with a visit to Kilcock’s well-stocked public library on Bridge street.
12. Kilgar gardens
The perfect place for relaxation, Kilgar gardens offers guided tours of its three acre site and you can even get tea and scones to complete the afternoon.