Culture and Heritage

County Tipperary is an escape and an experience all at once. Paying a visit to one of Ireland’s most famous regions, you’ll be assured of a big welcome and a chance to experience the best that Ireland has to offer.

Unexplored walking trails are just miles from world famous historical monuments and castles. You can take in our walled towns – Carrick-on-Suir, Cashel, Clonmel, Nenagh, Thurles and Fethard – or immerse yourself in the mythology and history of our glens and vales.

 The Bru Boru Cultural Centre, located at the foot of the historic Rock of Cashel, is an affiliate of Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann,the Irish cultural movement which has over 400 branches worldwide. Bru Boru has an impressive theatre and craft shop "Sounds of History" cultural exhibition, & South Tipperary genealogy suite

Summer Shows of traditional music, song commence in mid July and runs for 2 nights each week (Wednesday and Thursday ) until late August

Mitchelstown Cave was discovered accidentally on the 3rd of May 1833, by Michael Condon who was quarrying limestone when he dropped his crowbar into a crevice. He stooped down to pull out a few boulders to retrieve the bar, next minute he found himself looking down into a vast series of underground chambers, passages and caverns. These caves are one of the finest limestone caves in Europe and are located 30 minutes from the 4* Anner Hotel.

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