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  1. Lemonaghan Monastic Site

    Ballycumber, Offaly

    Lemonaghan monastic site was founded by Manchan in the 7th Century. There is an information board on site showing church, holy well, togher and oratory and directions to Boher church to see the shrine. Read more

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  2. Crotty Church

    Birr, Offaly

    From 1820 until 1850, the largest schism ever to be recorded in the Catholic Church in Ireland, it is said that over 90% of the parish moved to set up the Reformed Church of Birr, led by Father Michael Crotty. In 1839 they built the Crotty Church. Read more

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  3. Bellfield House Gardens

    Birr, Offaly

    The splendid gardens of Bellfield House are owned by garden designer Angela Jupe. Situated near Birr, County Offaly, Bellfield has appeared on TV programmes and in a number of publications. It features a walled garden and Victorian glasshouse. Read more

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  4. Charleville Castle

    Tullamore, Offaly

    Charleville Castle, regarded as Ireland's finest example of Gothic revival architecture, was built by the Earl of Charleville. However, it is not situated in Co. Cork as the name suggests, but on the outskirts of Tullamore in the Irish midlands. Read more

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  5. Birr Castle Demesne & Historic Science Centre

    Birr, Offaly

    Birr Castle is an experience of discovery for the whole family. Located in County Offaly, it is home to extensive gardens as well as the Historic Science Centre and the great telescope of the 1840s. Read more

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  6. Tullamore D.E.W. Visitor Centre

    Tullamore, Offaly

    Enjoy a guided tour which blends audiovisual and traditional storytelling and join us in raising a glass of complimentary Tullamore D.E.W. Irish Whiskey. Read more

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  7. Clonmacnoise

    Clonmacnoise, Offaly

    One of the most famous monastic sites in Ireland, Clonmacnoise is found along the River Shannon, just 8km from the village of Shannonbridge, County Offaly. It has attracted scholars from throughout Europe and was visited by Pope John Paul II in 1979. Read more

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  8. Sculpture in the Lough Boora Parklands

    Ferbane, Offaly

    Sculpture in the Parklands at Lough Boora, County Offaly. Artists to Celebrate the Industrial Heritage of Ferbane at Sculpture in the Parklands. Read more

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  9. Charleville Castle

    Tullamore, Offaly

    Completed in the early 1800s, Charleville Castle is a splendid Gothic revival building set in oak woods just outside Tullamore, County Offaly. The castle is available for weddings, concerts and other special events. Read more

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  10. Mick The Miller Monument

    Killeigh, Offaly

    Here is a life size bronze statue of Mick the Miller, the most famous greyhound in the world, by artist Elizabeth O`Kane, situated on the village green in his birthplace, Killeigh village in Co Offaly. Read more

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