Tullamore (Irish: Tulach Mhór, meaning "great mound") is a town in County Offaly, in the midlands of Ireland. It is Offaly's county town and is located in the centre of the county. It is the fourth most populous town in the midlands region with a population of 14,607 in the 2016 census.
Restaurants in Tullamore
4.5 based on 622 reviews
Situated right in the heart of Ireland, there is an incredible experience that has been waiting for you since 1829. Join us at the newly renovated home of Tullamore D.E.W. Irish Whiskey and immerse yourself in the history and magic that lies inside the walls of this 19th century bonded warehouse, where our whiskey making tradition began.Located on the banks of the grand canal in Tullamore, the Visitor Centre has been beautifully restored to all its original glory. Once inside, you can enjoy a true Irish welcome and a guided tour which blends both audiovisual and traditional storytelling to help you see, smell, taste and understand the craft, time and passion dedicated to each glass of Tullamore D.E.W. Irish Whiskey.The Tullamore D.E.W. Visitor Centre is just over an hour from Dublin, located off the main Dublin to Galway motorway. You can also get to us by rail - we’re just a stone’s throw away from the Tullamore railway station. So call in today and join us in raising a glass of complimentary Tullamore D.E.W. Irish Whiskey. We’ll be here waiting to welcome you.
Nice interactive tour with cool visuals and a friendly tour guide. The tour guide was knowledgeable and could answer questions. I’m a big fan of Tullamore Whiskey so I was really excited to visit the Visitor Centre. Note this isn’t a working distillery but I didn’t really mind.
Only downfall was I went for a meal in the restaurant with my friends afterwards and I ordered a burger but they brought out a pulled pork Sandwich. They changed it once they realized they made a mistake but by the time I got my burger I only had 10 minutes to eat it before I had to leave and my friends had already finished their dishes which spoilt it. But overall the tour was a good experience and I’m happy I went.
4.5 based on 170 reviews
Charleville castle is a building which has been rescued from near ruin by volunteers and a voluntary organisation - it has been described as Irelands leading historical architect, Francis Johston's masterpiece. It is maintained authentic and unchanged and we rotate volunteers to mind it 24 hours a day 365 days a year - but also to keep it open to the public. it is famous for its ghosts stories and unique architecture - but it is not a state-funded project and depends entirely on volunteers and supporters - so many people, thousands, have expressed their love of the building and support - we hope you will get a real feeling of what it is to keep a castle like this alive when you visit - see you here!
I loved this place so much! The wedding pictures we got taken here were fantastic. Dudley was very reasonable and kind to allow us in to the castle at a tiny expense. I would highly recommend this venue for pictures.Thank you so much - we enjoyed your wedding photoshoot and appreciate your support. We, the volunteers, need all the help we can get. Many thanks again
4.5 based on 48 reviews
4.5 based on 27 reviews
Traveled to Lough Boora Discovery Park to see whatt all my friends were talking about what a fabulous fantastic place only about 20k drive first time there beautiful lakes and wild life many different walks and cycle tracks great cafe great service very clean great variety of different foods reasonable priced great for families couples or just on your own will be back many times hopefully
4.5 based on 11 reviews
One of the best days out of the year. Everything about rural life us on display here in addition to the all Ireland finals of the ploughing
5 based on 6 reviews
Come here regularly and the food here it always top notch.Nice menu also..I usually go for their breakfast panini which is so tasty especially with their fried potato! Hawaiin melt is good too for lunch!
3 based on 13 reviews
We are a family run pet farm set on approximately 25 acres. The farm was renovated last year with the existing farm being partly turned into the pet farm while the rest of the farm is still in full agricultural use. Facilities: Playpark: Consisting of 4 tower multiunit and swings, rockers and a extensive play area. Indoor Play shed: Plenty of fun to be had in our indoor shed whatever the weather. Indoor animal shed: You can get up close and personal with some of our animals in our indoor shed rain,hail or shine.. :) **NEW: Our Miners maiz is a large inflatable maiz which is the only one in Ireland.. ** Ball Pit: Our inflatable ball pit is perfect for our smaller visitors to use and play in.. :) Coffee-shop: Selection of teas and coffee, cakes and scones. Drinks,sweets and snacks are all available to buy in our shop. Walkway with extensive walking area through our paddocks and beside our babbling brook. Avairy: Come and visit our avairy which is home to our many species of colourful and rare birds. Toilet: Toilet facilities include baby changing facilities and wheelchair toilet available
This "pet farm" is not the nice place its made out to be, The animals are clearly not very well looked after especially the ones held indoors, there are animals using the children's play area as a toilet ( not their fault ) but there is no one looking after that side of things. most of the cages, pens, enclosures are too small for their purpose.
This place is in an ideal place just a few miles outside Tullamore and only a few minutes from Annaharvey farm, it should be bustling at this time of year but alas the public has spoken and it's not good.
Needs a new manager to get this place back on it's feet, if it's not already too late.
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