FETHARD HORSE COUNTRY EXPERIENCE
This museum in the heart of the golden Vale examines the relationship between people, the land and the horse, revealing how inextricably linked they are. It is located in the 17th century Tholsel building, itself a structure of great historical significance to the town of Fethard.
FETHARD TOWN PARK
Multipurpose facility in 26 acres in Fethard, Co. Tipperary.
The campus contains Full Size GAA/Rugby Floodlit 4G and Grass Pitches, Community Pavilion, Dressing Rooms, Meeting Room, Gym, Cafe, Walkways, Carpark and Parkland.
ROCK OF CASHEL
Steeped in 1000 years of history, seat of the High King of Munster. It's on this spot that St Patrick converted King Angus to Christianity.
CAHIR CASTLE TO SWISS COTTAGE
A trail of 3.2 miles from Cahir Castle to Swiss Cottage is a proper pilgrimage. Swiss Cottage was built in 1812 for Lord and Lady Cahir and was designed by the famous English Regency architect John Nash.
Slievenamon, mountain of the women, is 721 meters High. Very popular with hikers, climbing the 3.5 mile trail near Carrick on Suir.
Immerse yourself in the heart and passion of Irish racing and breeding. We have handpicked an array of captivating visitor experiences and attractions where you can meet the key figures responsible for upholding the global acclaim of the Irish thoroughbred; the breeders, the trainers and the jockeys
This is a Cistercian Abbey situated in Thurles, Co. Tipperary
Pilgrims travelled here for eight centuries to venerate the relic after which the abbey and surrounding villages are named – a piece of the True Cross of Christ’s crucifixion.
Built in the twelfth century, Kilkenny Castle was the principal seat of the Butlers, earls, marquesses and dukes of Ormond for almost 600 years. It now gets thousands of visitors after its restoration in 1961 by the Irish Free State.
The Vee’ refers to a V-shaped turn on the road leading to a gap in the Knockmealdown mountains. The journey rises to about 2,000 feet (610m) above sea level above Bay Lough, and as it does so it gives wonderful views of a portion of the ‘Golden Vale’ between the Knockmealdown and Galtee Mountain Ranges.