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Cashel Map and Tourist Information
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The Cashel Folk Village is a delightful series of informal reconstructions of various traditional thatched village shops, houses and other businesses. There is also an old IRA museum and audio-visual presentation.

The Bolton Library contains a unique collection of antiquarian books and is the finest collection outside of Dublin. The books were collected by Archbishop Theophilus Bolton, Archbishop of Cashel from 1730 to 1744. The library is now housed in the Chapter House situated in the grounds of the Cathedral Church of St. Patrick’s Rock and St. John the Baptist in John Street, Cashel. The collection contains a wide range of subjects and includes a 12th century manuscript, ‘The Nuremburg Chronicle’ and works by Dante, Swift, Calvin, Erasmus and Machiavelli. Also on display are maps and church silver. Open Monday - Thursday 10am - 2.30pm.  View part of the conserved Town Walls behind the Bolton Library.

The Brú Ború cultural centre at the foot of the Rock of Cashel is home to the study and celebration of native Irish music, song, dance, theatre and Celtic studies. A visit to the ‘Sounds of History’, subterranean chambers, which echo to the story of Ireland from ancient times to the present day, is recommended.  The centre comprises a well equipped theatre with frequent performances during the summer season, banquets in the centre’s restaurant, an informal Teach Cheoil - house of music - with sessions nightly and a fully computerised genealogical service, an exhibition hall and very well stocked craft shop. Tel: 026 61122 Fax: 062 62700

CASHEL.IE

FÁILTE.  WELCOME TO CASHEL

Cashel is situated in the Golden Vale, an area of rolling pastureland in South Tipperary in the province of Munster. The ‘City of Kings’ as it became known, was home to the high kings of Munster, who ruled for centuries from the magnificent site of the Rock of Cashel, until the Norman invasion in the 12th century.  Situated overlooking the town and encircling plain, the iconic Rock of Cashel is one of the most spectacular
tourist attractions in Ireland and one of the most visited.

THE ROCK OF CASHEL

The Rock of Cashel is a unique heritage site and it is universally recognised as having one of the world’s greatest collections of medieval architecture and Celtic art.
This limestone outcrop has the most complete Romanesque church in Ireland, a 13th century Gothic cathedral, a 12th century round tower and an exquisitely restored
15th century Vicars choral. It is here that the original St. Patrick’s cross can be seen.

HISTORIC CASHEL

Cashel’s rich history is reflected in its built heritage from its medieval monasteries and fortified town houses to its newly conserved city walls.  The Georgian quarter boasts both a Georgian Cathedral and the Bolton Library. The Old Town Hall is home to Cashel’s tourist office, where an MP3 player with a multi-
lingual audio tour is available to use while exploring the town and its attractions.

The Tourist Information Office at the Cashel Heritage Centre also houses the heritage museum where a replica can be seen of how the town looked in the 1640’s.  Cashel was for centuries a recognised city with a series of original Royal charters dating from the 17th century, which can be viewed in the Heritage Centre. Tel: 062 61333
Cashel is situated in the Golden Vale, an area of rolling pastureland in South Tipperary in the province of Munster. The ‘City of Kings’ as it became known, was home to the high kings of Munster, who ruled for centuries from the magnificent site of the Rock of Cashel, until the Norman invasion in the 12th century.  Situated overlooking the town and encircling plain, the iconic Rock of Cashel is one of the most spectacular tourist attractions in Ireland and one of the most visited.

THE ROCK OF CASHEL
The Rock of Cashel is a unique heritage site and it is universally recognised as having one of the world’s greatest collections of medieval architecture and Celtic art.
This limestone outcrop has the most complete Romanesque church in Ireland, a 13th century Gothic cathedral, a 12th century round tower and an exquisitely
restored 15th century Vicars choral. It is here that the original St. Patrick’s cross can be seen.

HISTORIC CASHEL
Cashel’s rich history is reflected in its built heritage from its medieval monasteries and fortified town houses to its newly conserved city walls.  The Georgian quarter boasts both a Georgian Cathedral and the Bolton Library. The Old Town Hall is home to Cashel’s tourist office, where an MP3 player with a multi-lingual audio tour is available to use while exploring the town and its attractions.

The Tourist Information Office at the Cashel Heritage Centre also houses the heritage museum where a replica can be seen of how the town looked in the 1640’s.  Cashel was for centuries a recognised city with a series of original Royal charters dating from the 17th century, which can be viewed in the Heritage Centre.