Kilmacthomas Tour


Exciting and unique way to explore the

beautiful region of Kilmacthomas

StepsBackThruTime Kilmacthomas Public ParkTo explore the beautiful town of Kilmacthomas in county Waterford Ireland, look no further than a guided walking tour experience from StepsBackThruTime.

With its rich history and breathtaking scenery, Kilmacthomas is the perfect destination for anyone looking to get a taste of authentic Irish culture and hospitality. Explore the different aspects of Kilmacthomas that make it an ideal location for a guided walking tour experience.

“Time travelling tour that will bring you to ten points of intrigue in the
heart of the stunning Waterford greenway that will open all the senses within a looped five kilometre range.”

5km route stops - Places of Interest

1. Workhouse: Learn about the Kilmacthomas Workhouse, used to house the destitute of the county during the hard times.

2. Paupers Grave: View the Paupers Mass Grave, which is a stark reminder of the challenging living conditions faced by the people in the workhouse.

3. New Bridge: Here you will hear the story of archaeological digs that unearthed proof of ancient human settlers to the region dating 1000s of years ago.

4. Railway Station & Signal House: Explore the Kilmacthomas Railway Station and Signal House, which were vital to the local economy during the heyday of the railway.

5. The Village: View the main street of Kilmacthomas and hear stories of the many famous characters and their fates that tie back to the village of Kilmacthomas.

6. Flahavan’s Mills: View the site of Flahavan’s Mills, which has been producing high-quality oatmeal products since the 18th century.

7. Curved Viaduct Bridge & Public Park: Admire the Viaduct Bridge, a magnificent feat of engineering.

8. Woollen Mill: Learn about the history of the Woollen Mill, which was once a major employer to the men & women in the area.

9. River Mahon: Take a walk along the banks of the river Mahon and enjoy the tranquil scenery, along with the many forms of wildlife and nature living there.

10. Coachhouse: View the Coachhouse, hear about the characters connected to the building, along with coffee & how it all began.

Admission costs and times of tour details are all visible on the Booking Form. Learn more here 

This tour will suit all ages from aged 4 upwards and if customers intend on bringing either small push prams/buggies or electric mobility scooters with small wheels please know that there are sections of this walking route that has loosely laid gravel and may impede on the ability to roll along on these type surfaces.

Any further questions you need answering may be addressed in the FAQ Section or if you email at anytime, I’ll address your query as promptly as I can.

I really look forward to seeing you soon
Stíofán, your tour guide