vicar's choral has been restored and the site, one of the most visited
in Ireland, now provides an interpretative centre, an interesting
museum, guide service and superb views over the extensive and beautiful
plains of Tipperary.
Boru Heritage Centre
A short walk from Ashmore House. Click here for
more details on Bru Boru
Less than a minute's walk from Ashmore House. You will find the
World's smallest book here as well as rare books and manuscripts.
here for more information on the Bolton Library
See the exact place where on August 17th, 1740, Richard Guinis discovered
the now World famous "Guinness Stout". You can also see
the original Hop Plants used in the making of the famous brew.
Built near the base of the Rock, it was founded in 1243 by Archbishop
Mac Kelly, who became its first prior. The beautiful 13th Century
East window is a special feature.
Located in Dominic Street, the folk village contains man wonderful
artifacts regarding the history of South Tipperary and particular
of the Famine Years (Black 1847) and of the Civil War Period (1914-1922).
Ireland 's international best selling fictional detective
celebrated in a weekend convention by her `hometown'
September 8, 9 and 10, 2006
here for more info on the Sister Fidelma Weekend