Things to do in Tipperary
Are you the curious one, searching for the hidden gems of Tipperary, the more unusual tours, attractions and activities? Maybe you are a tourist or a local looking to discover more of what Tipperary has to offer. You're in the right place.
Rock of CashelThe Rock of Cashel was the traditional seat of the Kings of Munster for hundreds of year until the Norman invasion. Few remnants of the early structures survive, with the majority of buildings dating from the 12th and 13th centuries and these have some unique features.
Cashel Folk Village MuseumCashel Folk Village Museum is one of the region's hidden gems. It packs a lot of history into a little space. With artifacts and displays covering the Great Famine, the 1916 Rising, the War of Independence as well as an old forge, wishing well, tinker's caravan and Penal Chapel there is so much to see.
Mitchelstown CaveAccidentally discovered in 1833 by a labourer quarrying limestone, Mitchelstown Cave has three large caverns featuring stalactitles, stalagmites, calcite curtains and columns, the famous one being named the "Tower of Babel".
TJ's Angling Lough DergOperating from Ballina-Killaloe, TJ's Angling have many years of experience and…