Tullamore Travel Guide

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Tullamore Things to Do

  • Bridge Centre

    We were limited with time, so could not go and investigate this centre, but it looked like it had nice things to offer. Very interesting I found it from the outside

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  • Read Irish

    Thank goodness for the English names of the streets, cause I will not be able to read the Irish names, but they look real funky.

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  • The antique feel of the place

    It is great to walk around here, a real feast for the eyes with all the different coloured buildings and interesting shop windows

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Tullamore Restaurants

  • Jenny's kitchen

    We noticed the sign for Jenny's kitchen and decided that seeing that my friends name was also Jenny we would go here for breakfast. It is a buffet style breakfast, you choose what you want and pay only for that. My own combination for English breakfast

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  • Great Food, Tiny Prices

    We hadn't planned to eat here, but as we entered the Tullamore visitor centre the aroma of good food tickled our nostrils and we stopped to eat.We weren't too hungry and so we opted for soething from the snack menu - a plate of garlic deep fried mushrooms and a plate of chicken wings. Both were served in generous portions with side salads and...

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Tullamore Transportation

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    by mvtouring Written Nov 1, 2008

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    Very important that you do not just stop anywhere. Find a parking lot and rather pay for you parking.

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Tullamore Shopping

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    by mvtouring Written Nov 1, 2008

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    I was totally amazed at how they displayed the meat in the window. Everything seemed so fresh and good

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Tullamore Off The Beaten Path

  • Check out the Trim Castle....

    Check out the Trim Castle. From the movie Braveheart you will see it in the scenes where William Wallace is attacking the city of York.

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  • One hour drive by car, between...

    One hour drive by car, between Tullamore and Drogheda, you will find the beautiful Trim Castle. This castle was also part of the movie 'Braveheart' staring Mel Gibson. The castle was built in 1173, and is one of the largest medieval castles on Ireland.

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Tullamore Sports & Outdoors

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    by mvtouring Written Nov 1, 2008

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    If you get to Tullamore and decide that you want to go for a bike ride, just drop in here and get one.

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    by Nobbe Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Fondest memory: Have a walk near the Tullamore Dew Herritage, and visit one of the tours inside the Herritage. At the end of the tour you can have a taste of Tullamore Dew Whiskey.

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