Horse racing is in the irish blood, they have had a long love affair with the sport of kings and no where celebrates it more than the Irish National Stud.
Just 40 minutes drive from Dublin visitors will find wide range of activities to enjoy. Highlights include a state of the art horse racing museum, a stunning garden designed by the award winning landscape architect Professor Martin Hallinan and a century old japanese garden.
Guided 35 minute tours are available that take visitors through the stud and bsitors are also encouraged to take a walk down the Tully walk to see any foals that might be out.
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