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  1. Saint Molleran's Church

    Carrick On Suir, Tipperary

    St Molleran’s is the parish church of the village of Carrickbeg, which is located just over the bridge from Carrick-on-Suir, County Waterford. The modern structure includes fragments of the original friary that was built there in the 13th century. Read more

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  2. Monaincha Church

    Roscrea, Tipperary

    Monaincha Church is found just 2.5km from the historic town of Roscrea, County Tipperary. It is situated on land that was once an island in a bog. The 12th-century church features a finely decorated doorway and a cancel arch made from sandstone. Read more

  3. Lough Derg Garden Trail

    Nenagh, Tipperary

    An exciting route of beautiful gardens within easy reach of Lough Derg, the garden trail includes both public and privately owned spaces. They also vary in size and style, ranging from manicured gardens to gardens with wildlife. Read more

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  4. Ormond Castle

    Carrick On Suir, Tipperary

    Ormond Castle is the best example of an Elizabethan manor house in Ireland. Built in the 1560s by Thomas, the 10th Earl of Ormond, the picturesque riverside castle is located in Carrick-on-Suir. Read more

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  5. St Mary's Garden of Remembrance

    Thurles, Tipperary

    St Mary's is home to a garden with a series of memorials. Located in Thurles, County Tipperary, the garden includes memorials to the 72 local men who died in the Great War and those who fought for Irish independence, among others. Read more

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  6. Slate Quarries

    Ahenny, Tipperary

    A series of festivals, began in 1992 continues to add to the creation of a large number of modern, outdoor sculptural displays in the former slate quarries of Ahenny which straddle the Kilkenny and Tipperary county border. Read more

  7. Famine Warhouse 1848

    Ballingarry, Tipperary

    During the Great Famine, 1845-1850, the Warhouse at Ballingarry, County Tipperary, was the scene of the principal action of the 1848 Rebellion by the Young Irelanders. Read more

  8. Castlelough

    Portroe, Tipperary

    Castlelough is west of Nenag and 5km from Portroe village. There is a car park, picnic tables, water skiing, fishing and cruises on the River Shannon. Castleough also has lakeshore walking trails through the conifer and broadleaf plantation. Read more

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  9. Redwood Castle

    Lorrha, Tipperary

    The Castle, which was probably erected as a Norman stronghold about 1210. Between 1350 and 1640 it was occupied by the MacEgans, a famous Brehon family who kept a renowned school of law and letters. Read more

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  10. Gortavoher

    Glen Of Aherlow, Tipperary

    Gortavoher forest is 5km south of Tipperary Town on the R664 road to the Glen of Aherlow. The area is steeped in history and folklore. There are a multitude of forest walks to choose from, a nature park to explore and great views of the Galty. Read more

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