Historic Market Town, which is the largest town in north Tipperary.

Nenagh, which is the largest town in north Tipperary, has had a long history of being a market town and a county town. Its streetscapes, scale, and buildings all speak of a glorious past and vibrant community.

2020 sees Nenagh celebrating 800 years of the development and history of the town of Nenagh. Follow social media @Nenagh800 for events and gatherings.

As a compact town a visitor walking its streets can view or visit its Franciscan Friary ruins, old Jailhouse block and gateway, restored Courthouse, newly reopened Castle, and the Nenagh Heritage Centre in the old Governor’s House.

Close to Lough Derg where you can try sailing, canoeing and boat hire. Try one of the many walking and cycling routes that start in the town or enjoy Nenagh Town Park.

  • Franciscan friary ruins
  • Nenagh Castle
  • Nenagh library
  • Shopping, restaurants and cafés
  • Outdoor activities on Lough Derg

Opening Times:

Nenagh Heritage Centre:
Tuesday to Friday 10.00 to 16.00

North Tipperary Genealogy Centre:
Tuesday to Friday 10.00 to 16.00

Nenagh Castle: Open April to October, Tuesday to Saturday
10.00 to 13.00 & 14.00 to 16.30
(Last admission 15.45)

Nenagh Castle: Winter Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 14.00 to 15.00

See website for further details www.nenagh.ie



Admission Prices 2020:

Free admission

Useful Information

Great range of historic buildings, restaurants, cafés, accommodation, shopping and ample parking available.  Follow social media @Nenagh800 for events and gatherings.

Getting There

West of the M7 Dublin to Limerick motorway, exits 24 & 26
9km east of Lough Derg

Map Location: 52.865040, -8.199473
Contact Nenagh

Nenagh Arts Centre, Banba Square, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, Ireland

T: +353 (0)67 31610
E: director@nenagharts.com
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