Ballymore Eustace

Ballymore Eustace is an attractive and welcoming quiet town located in east Kildare, close to the Wicklow border, nestling on the banks of the River Liffey and Blessington Lakes. The population of this town is in the region of 700 people. It was in 1373 that the name Eustace first became associated with the town. Thomas FitzOliver FitzEustace was appointed constable. Today there is no trace of the castle although it is believed to have been situated on Garrison Hill. There is plenty to see in Ballymore Eustace including Russborough House, a mid 18th century mansion which houses the famous Beit Art Collection. Ballymore Eustace offers pleasant walking, fishing and watersports opportunities.

 Activities in Ballymore Eustace

Game Fishing
ESB Conservation Fisheries

 


 
 
 
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