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1916 Rising Exhibition in Tipperary

  Some photos from a recent visit to the Tipperary County Museum located in Mick Delahunty Square in Clonmel, Tipperary, where a 1916 Easter Rising exhibition is currently been held. You can find out more about the exhibition and the County museum opening days/hours here.   You can read about the Tipperary Volunteers and see an original copy of the Irish Proclamation at the Tipperary … Continue reading 1916 Rising Exhibition in Tipperary

Clonmel Heritage Walking Tour – Anne Street

A walk around Clonmel town will show you an array of old buildings from different historical and architectural periods, from the Medieval period up to the 19th Century.  It is the largest town in County Tipperary and the river Suir runs through it. We did a self-guided walking tour around the town and visited this charming Georgian street. One of the first points we stopped at, on … Continue reading Clonmel Heritage Walking Tour – Anne Street

Wild Geese at Cahir Castle

5 things to do in Cahir, Tipperary

Spend some time, in this picturesque historical south Tipperary town and do these five activities. 1. Browse the Farmers Market On Saturday mornings, in the Castle car park, the Cahir Farmers market takes place, they have lots of stalls with fresh produce, delicious baked goods and crafts.  We treated ourselves to breakfast of tea and scones.   Source: Cahir Farmers Market Facebook 2. Visit a Medieval Castle Cahir Castle … Continue reading 5 things to do in Cahir, Tipperary

Mountain Tipperary Waterford glaciated

The Comeragh Mountains – Lough Mohra

Recently, we decided to go for a walk in the Comeragh Mountains, and more specifically explore one of the nine lakes or Coums. The Comeragh Mountains are a glaciated mountain range situated in the south-east of Ireland in County Waterford. The Comeragh range is made up of twelve mountains and the highest point is at 792m (2,598 feet). Lough Mohra was the lake we decided … Continue reading The Comeragh Mountains – Lough Mohra