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Council Offices and Facilities

Listing and location of Council buildings and facilities you may find useful, such as Motor Tax Offices, Cash Desks, Swimming Pool, Recycling Centres, Libraries etc.

Brú Ború Cultural Centre

Brú Ború is a cultural centre located at the foot of the historic Rock of Cashel. It is a regional centre for Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann. During the summer months, from early July to mid-August there are live traditional Irish music, song and dance. Visitors can enjoy a pre-booked show meal in the restaurant.

Cahir Tourist Office

Located at the car park near to the magnificent 13th-century Cahir Castle, this Failte Ireland Tourist Office has highly trained staff who can provide visitors with free and independent advice, information, maps and literature on places to go, things to do, where to stay, tour bookings and what’s on locally and nationally – including Ireland’s Ancient East, The Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands, Dublin and its surrounding areas. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 9am-5.15pm. For information LoCall 1850 230 330.

Carrick on Suir Heritage Centre

The Pre-Reformation burial ground and church site of Carrick Mor (Big Carrick) features the former Protestant Church, now restored as a heritage Centre. Many interesting gravestones are to be found including a memorial to Thomas Butler (d.1604) an illegitimate son of Thomas, 10th Earl of Ormond. Buried here also is Dorothea Herbert (1770-1829), author of “Retrospections”. Numerous local artefacts and photographs are on display. Also on display is the 17th century Duke of Ormonde Church Plate Collection.

Cashel Heritage Centre

The award winning Heritage Centre is located on Main Street in Cashel. A large scale model of Cashel in the 1640's highlights the lesser known treasures of the town. Audio commentary is in French, German, Spanish, Italian, Irish and English. The Charters of Cashel, King Charles II 1663 and James II 1687 are on permanent display. Free Admission.

Clonmel Community Tourist Office

Located in the handsome Main Guard building in the heart of the historic town of Clonmel, the friendly staff in the tourist office work in conjunction with Fáilte Ireland to provide visitors with advice, information, maps and literature on local and national information on attractions, activities and events. Contact the office directly for opening times.

Genealogy Centre

Genealogy Centre - Re-connect with the land of your ancestors

Research is undertaken on a small fee basis

Clients are welcome to our Genealogy Centre with no appointment necessary

Visit our On-Line Genealogy Research Service at

The North Tipperary Genealogy Centre, The Governor’s House, Kickham St., Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, Ireland

Glen of Aherlow Community Tourist Office

The Community Tourist Offices work in conjunction with Failte Ireland to provide a visitor information service throughout the Republic of Ireland. The services include local and national information on attractions, activities and events.

The friendly staff look forward to your visit and hope that visitors enjoy their stay in this beautiful country. For opening times please contact us directly.

Nenagh Arts Centre

Nenagh Arts Centre CLG is a vibrant, arts space, that presents an ambitious multi-disciplinary programme of events. We facilitate the creation of artistic activities that supports a wide range of participation thus enhancing individual and community wellbeing. We employ professional arts practitioners whose work is relevant and engaging and offer opportunities for artists to bring quality work to audiences and the chance to directly interact with our community.

Nenagh Arts Centre

South Tipperary Arts Centre

South Tipperary Arts Centre in Clonmel was founded over 20 years ago to be a focal point for the arts in Clonmel and County Tipperary. The arts centre is situated in a beautiful, light-filled Modernist building near the River Suir on Nelson Street. The building houses a gallery and a spacious workshop.