Located in Ballitore, a village originally established by Quakers, this museum contains displays and artefact's based on Quaker families that lived in Ballitore including a wedding dress and bonnet, worn by Marian Richardson (nee Wakefield) at Ballitore in 1853.
A five metre granite high cross is one of the finest examples of high Crosses to be found in Ireland.
The lands of the Irish National Stud include the world-famous Japanese Gardens. The Japanese Gardens at Tully were created between the years 1906 and 1910. 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 is a working stud farm and is to open to visitors
Over 50 boutiques selling your favourite labels at greatly reduced prices every day of the year. Among the many exciting brands featured are well-known names that have chosen Kildare Village as their only outlet boutique in Ireland.
The museum features artifacts associated with some of the most legendary stars of the silver screen, included in this showcase are the collections of Michael Jackson, Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, the Beatles, Marlyn Monroe and many more.