Welcome to Nenagh, County Tipperary, where visitors are welcomed and encouraged to take in all the sights and services of the town and surrounding areas.
There are many interesting places to visit in and around Nenagh, Tipperary. Nenagh Heritage Centre is located in two stone Georgian buildings which were built in 1840-1842 as the Governor’s House and Gatehouse of an extensive goal complex for North Tipperary. The building is located just a short walk from Nenagh town centre. Nenagh Castle has been magnificently restored by the OPW and is now open to visitors.Climb over 100 steps to the top for panoramic views of the surrounding areas.Keeper Hill is the highest mountain in the Silvermines area and the 117th highest in Ireland. Keeper Hill is the most northerly summit in the Silvermines area and also the most westerly. Don't miss the tribute to our Olympians in front of the courthouse and find out what's going on in Nenagh Arts Centre to keep you entertained during your stay. Walking tours of the town are also available by a local tour guide. Head further afield by car, bicycle or hiking and you'll discover the tranquil Lough Derg, the rolling hills and the welcoming people of Tipperary.
There are plenty of places to stay in and around the Nenagh area, from luxury hotels to welcoming Bed and Breakfasts. There are many independent food producers who provide local restaurants and pubs with their top quality produce so a trip to a restaurant or one of the many cafes dotted around Nenagh town are certainly worth visiting.
To learn more about Nenagh, County Tipperary, visit http://www.nenagh.ie/