All See and Do in Tipperary

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Celtic Plantarum

The Celtic Plantarum is located in Dundrum, County Tipperary. It is a magical combination of numerous plants, shrubs and trees, some quite rare with quaint

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Charles Kickham

This statue in Kickham Place commemorates the author of one of the country’s most famous and best-loved books, “Knocknagow”. Charles J. Kickham’s popularity was further

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Coach Road Walk

The highlands referred to are the Slievenamuck where the car park is situated with excellent views of the Galtee Mountains across the valley. Slievenamuck is

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Services provided from Daltons   Promoting the history and heritage of the area known as New Tipperary we assist with family research, organising clan and family

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Derrynaflan is a small island of mineral soil in Killeens bog Co. Tipperary. The island is about 4km south-east of the town of Horse and

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Glen Looped Walks

The Galtee Mountains have long been known as a walkers paradise and the Glen of Aherlow has a variety of mapped walking routes across forest

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Gortavoher forest rests on Slievenamuck hill, in County Tipperary, which forms one side of the valley of the Glen of Aherlow, the other side being

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Hore Abbey

Hore Abbey, found just outside of Cashel in County Tipperary was originally a Benedictine monastery.ᅠIn 1272, the archbishop of Cashel expelled the monks and Cistercians

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