Tullamore

A lively little town best known for an eponymous brand of Irish whiskey, but also offering historic and natural attractions nearby.

The Tullamore Dew Heritage Centre on the banks of the Grand Canal focuses on the distilling, canal and urban history of the town. Audio visual and self-guided tours are available daily. One of Ireland's most splendid Gothic buildings, Charleville Castle, stands in this parkland setting which contains the King Oak, one of the biggest and oldest oak trees in the country. Tullamore is an ideal base for discovering the Slieve Bloom Mountains to the south of the county. Just south of Tullamore are the unique 'Lough Boora' parklands. The boglands are a landscape for a wide range of flora and fauna. There are other many fascinating and beautiful sites around the outskirts and in neighboring towns.
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