Tullamore, Co. Offaly
Other attractions include:
Charleville Forest Castle which is one of Ireland’s most splendid Gothic buildings, stands in beautiful parkland which contains the Charleville oak, one of the biggest and oldest in the country. The oak woodland is beautiful – and botanically an important survivor of primeval stock. Once a year the park becomes a hub of bustling and happy humanity on the occasion of Tullamore Agricultural Show, one of the most important of its kind.
Slieve Bloom Mountains - Tullamore is an ideal base for discovering the Slieve Bloom Mountains to the south of the county. The 'Slieve Bloom' mountains have many beautiful walking and cycling trails as well as excellent picnic areas with some panoramic views of the surrounding lowlands.
Lough Boora - Just south of Tullamore are the unique 'Lough Boora' parklands. The boglands are a landscape for a wide range of flora and fauna. The magnificent wetlands and wildlife wilderness of Lough Boora now host some of the most innovative land and environmental sculptures in Ireland. The artists, inspired by the rich natural and industrial legacy of the boglands, have created a series of large-scale sculptures that are now part of the Parklands permanent collection.
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Siroccos Restaurant - Co OffalySirocco's Restaurant offer a special deal to Georgina Campbell Ireland readers - "Two Courses Plus a Bottle of wine for Two People € 55
- Tullamore Country Fair - County Offaly - Saturdays
- Birr - The Full Moon - Co Offaly - every 3rd Sunday
Tullamore Dew Heritage Centre
Kilbeggan Distillery Experience
- Tullamore Golf Club
- Esker Hills Golf Club
- New Forest Golf Club
- Mullingar Golf Club
- Mount Temple Golf Club
- Heritage Golf Club, The
- Birr Golf Club
- Glasson Hotel & Golf Club