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  1. Ballyboy House, Garden & Woodlands

    Clogheen, Tipperary

    Ballyboy House sits in extensive gardens and woodland under the Knockmealdown Mountains in County Tipperary. Found near Clogheen, the gardens comprise of many different rooms and a lake. Read more

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  2. Bothan Scoir

    Cashel, Tipperary

    The Bothan Scoir is a one roomed 17th century peasants stone cottage known locally as Hanleys Cottage, in Cashel County Tipperary. Read more

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  3. Holy Cross Abbey

    Holycross, Tipperary

    Holy Cross Abbey, located near Thurles, County Tipperary, was founded in 1168 by Donal Mor O’Brien, King of Munster. It was established for the Benedictine Order, but later transferred to the Cistercians. Mass continues to be celebrated there today. Read more

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  4. Carrick-On-Suir Heritage Centre and Friary

    Carrick On Suir, Tipperary

    This former Protestant church, now restored as a heritage centre, was once part of the Pre-Reformation burial ground and church site of Carrick Mor. Read more

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  5. Toureen Peakaun

    Glen Of Aherlow, Tipperary

    Toureen Peakaun is a monastic site found in County Tipperary’s beautiful Glen of Aherlow region. It features the remains of a rectangular church that dates from the 1100s and still receives pilgrims today. Read more

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  6. 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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  7. Hore Abbey

    Cashel, Tipperary

    Hore Abbey, Ireland’s last medieval Cistercian monastery, was founded in 1272 in County Tipperary, just west of Cashel. It was colonised by monks from Mellifont Abbey and comprised a cruciform church, tower, square cloister, and living quarters. Read more

  8. Nenagh Castle

    Nenagh, Tipperary

    The castle is a Medieval building and has a stone spiral stairs to the top. There are 101 steps in all to the top. Access to the tower is through a passageway within the base of the wall. Read more

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  9. Cashel Folk Village

    Cashel, Tipperary

    Cashel Folk Village in Cashel County Tipperary has been hailed as an historical master class. It showcases exhibits that remember the Great Famine and the War of Independence as well as a Penal Chapel and other historical artefacts. Read more

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  10. 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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