Must See Attractions Knockmealdowns
Must-See Attractions Near the Knockmealdowns
Located on the Tipperary-Waterford border, the Knockmealdowns are surrounded by breathtaking views and grand castles that make for memorable moments and brilliant photos.
Lismore Heritage Centre
Stroll through the recently refurbished exhibition space and come face to face with the historic figures who have shaped Lismore,
Situated within the old Courthouse Building in the heart of Lismore town, Lismore Heritage Centre was opened in 1992 to share insights into Lismore’s formidable history and heritage. Boasting a picturesque location at the foot of the Knockmealdown Mountains, Lismore Heritage Centre offers visitors an unforgettable experience with a virtual reality tour of the past lives of Lismore with fascinating characters of those people like Robert Boyle and stars like Fred and Adele Astaire.
Lismore Castle & Gardens
A hidden haven of heritage on the banks of the River Blackwater. Within the castle walls visitors will uncover the historic gardens of Lismore Castle. Walk along the peaceful pathways of the 7-acre estate and take in the natural beauty.
Built in the early 1800s by Richard Butler, the Swiss Cottage remains as a must-see attraction in the South East of Ireland. Explore the age-old interior of this charming cottage and enjoy a picnic on the grounds, admiring the stunning scenery.
Cahir Castle is widely known as one of Ireland’s largest and best-preserved castles. Dating back to the 13th century, the castle was built for the reputable Butler Family. Perfectly positioned in the heart of the town overlooking the River Suir. Arguably the most distinct feature of Cahir Castle is the way in which the castle appears to expand from its rock base.
A cycle or drive over the Vee is a must. There, soak up the picturesque scenery of the Knockmealdowns. Continue to the nearby village of Clogheen for peaceful walking trails, fine dining in the Old Convent and family-friendly fun in Parsons Green.