The Sights 7All 3Castles4Ireland1Monuments2Natural Wonders1Northern Ireland1Scotland1Spiritual Sights1Wales Bodelwyddan Castle, Wales Bodelwyddan Castle, in North Wales, was built around 1460 by the Humphrey's family of Anglesey as a manor house. It has since then been a military hospital during WWI, a school with excellence in music, and now today a museum and destination for visitors to enjoy. Dove Hill Castle, Ireland Dove Hill Castle is a Norman tower built around 1450, and is very much in ruin. Although many would drive past this tower in a farmer's field, we are the exception and have had such a rich experience being able to explore this wonder-filled place. Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland Giant's Causeway continues to leave people marveled with it's 40,000 interlocking basalt columns. The tops of the columns form stepping stones that lead from the cliff foot and disappear under the sea. Glendalough, Ireland Located just 1 hour south of Dublin is the region of Wicklow Mountains National Park, known for it’s expansive beautiful view of the Glendalough Valley at Wicklow Gap, and for Glendalough, the monastic settlement from 700AD. Ring Of Kerry, Ireland The Ring of Kerry is a 179-km-long circular route in County Kerry, south-western Ireland. Offering some of Ireland's most spectacular views, this route also has some fantastic sights, including Killarney National Park. The Rock Of Cashel, Ireland The Rock of Cashel is the historic site located at Cashel, County Tipperary, Ireland where the kings of Munster ruled for several hundred years. The picturesque view of the surround countryside, only adds to the incredible experience of visiting this place. The Wallace Monument, Scotland The National Wallace Monument is a tower standing on the summit of Abbey Craig, a hilltop near Stirling, Scotland, commemorating Sir William Wallace, the 13th century Scottish hero. The 220 ft. monument is a sandstone tower, built in the Victorian Gothic style.