From artisan food and craft experiences to ancient castles and ecclesiastical sites, there are many different aspects of culture in Tipperary. You can journey through time at the Rock of Cashel, explore sacred sites and immerse yourself in the heritage of days gone by.
Experience wildlife first hand from a .5km boardwalk through bog, fen, ponds, and woodland with features such as a bird feeding station, birdhide, insect hotel and pond-dipping facility.
Alive with history and legends, this medieval site, spectacularly positioned on an outcrop of limestone overlooking the Golden Vale was once the traditional seat of the Kings of Munster.
One way to put a buzz into your day is to visit a honey farm. The award-winning family-run Galtee Honey Farm has been in business since 1970.
Located close to Clogheen, this ancient graveyard is steeped in history. This is where St. Cataldo, the patron saint of Taranto, Italy, preached in the 6th century before he left Ireland.
Dates for the construction of this former Carmelite abbey range from the early 12th century right up to the 15th century.
At the eastern end of the Glen of Aherlow lies the monastic site of St. Pecaun’s church and well, which has been a holy place of pilgrimage for centuries.
This quaint little village, nestled at the foot of the Knockmealdown Mountains, is situated eight miles from Clonmel on the banks of the river Suir, and at the foot of the Knockmealdown Mountains.