Bagenalstown (also known by its Irish name: Muine Bheag) is a town on the western fringe of County Carlow. Built in the 1700s on the River Barrow by Lord Walter Bagenal, the town was originally based on Versailles in France. Today, with a population of 3,000 people, it offers a growing number of services and facilities, boosted by the easy access from its location just off the main Dublin - Waterford road and rail routes.
- Bagenalstown Courthouse. Dates from the era of Lord Walter Bagenal, and is modelled on the Parthenon in Athens.
- Bagenalstown Floral Festival. Takes place each August.
- Bagenalstown Swimming Pool. This is an outdoor pool, located just outside town on the Leighlinbridge Road.
- Go angling. There are several spots along the River Barrow which are frequently used for angling and fishing.
- Kiddies Kingdom, ☏ . Large indoor playground for children.
- Public Tennis Courts.
- Pitch And Putt Course.
- Soccer and Gaa Pitch.
- Fairgreen Playground.
- Carrigbeg Horse Riding.
- Glitz n Glam.
- Joans Boutiqe.
- Anne Phelans Chemist.
- Carlos Shoe Heaven.
- Golden Inn Chinese, Main St.
- Doyles Railway House Bar, Kilree St, Bagenalstown.
- Roosters Chippers.
- Marios Tandoori, Market Square, ☏ . Indian restaurant.
- O Kane's.
- 1 The Red Lion, Regent St, ☏ .
- Doyles Railway House, Stationhouse Rd.
- Lorum Old Rectory, Kilgreaney, ☏ , fax: , ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org. Histotic house located 6km outside Bagenalstown.
- Kilgraney House, ☏ , ✉ email@example.com. Georgian house surrounded by five acres of wooded herb gardens. Offers spa treatment, with rates from €65.
- Orchard Grove, ☏ , ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org. Wells. 2km outside Bagenalstown with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. From €35.