Lullymore (Irish: Loilgheach Mór) is a village in County Kildare in Ireland. Loilgheach Mór translates as "a good place for a cow to calve" The lowest observed 20th century air temperature in Ireland, -18.8°C was measured at Lullymore on 2 January 1979
Lullymore Heritage & Discovery Park-The Park is one of the leading visitor attractions in the Kildare region. It is a popular destination for families, school tours, birthday parties and tourists.
Bog of Allen Nature Centre-Run by Irish Peatland Conservation Council, The Bog of Allen Nature Centre is a national centre of excellence for peatland education, research and conservation. Facilities include a peatland museum, exhibitions about the Bog of Allen, a research library, habitats and gardens including the largest garden of carnivorous plants in Ireland and the U.K.