The town of Tullamore resides in the midlands, in the province of Leinster and in the county of Offaly. It's Irish name Tulach Mhór means “great mound.” The Irish government designated this a 'gateway' town. In 2015, it won the Gold medal status in the National Tidy Town Awards.

The town shield depicts a phoenix rising from the ashes. It commemorates the world's first known aviation disaster in 1785 when a hot air balloon crashed and burned down as many as 130 homes. The event is remembered in the Phoenix festival that is annually celebrated in August to recall the town's resurrection from the ashes of that incident. The festival holds many events including: Hot Air balloons, sky diving, live outdoor concerts, street entertainment, a parade and fireworks.

The town's most famous export is Irish whiskey. Tullamore Dew is world renowned and delicious. It's roots can be traced back to 1829. Fun fact: Desmond Williams developed Irish Mist as well as Irish Coffee here! Make the most of every moment you have in the region. Taste the cuisine, embrace the heritage and marinate in the culture. Most of all, book some sexy company!


A visit to Tullamore would be incomplete without exploring the renowned Tullamore D.E.W. Visitor Centre. Here, guests can learn about the history and craft of whiskey production, with guided tours showcasing the distilling process and providing the opportunity to sample the award-winning Tullamore D.E.W. whiskey. The centre also houses a charming café and gift shop, where visitors can purchase unique souvenirs.

Nature lovers will appreciate the beauty of Charleville Castle, nestled in the ancient oak woodlands of Charleville Forest. This Gothic-style castle, dating back to the early 19th century, is steeped in history and local folklore. Guided tours are available, offering insights into the castle's intriguing past and its alleged paranormal activity. The surrounding forest is perfect for leisurely walks, with trails meandering through the woodlands, revealing the area's diverse flora and fauna.

Tullamore's thriving cultural scene includes the Tullamore Arts Centre, where visitors can enjoy a range of performances, from live music and theatre productions to exhibitions by local and national artists. The centre also hosts workshops, providing an opportunity for visitors to engage with the local community and develop their creative skills.

Outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty to enjoy in Tullamore's picturesque surroundings. The Grand Canal, which passes through the town, is ideal for tranquil walks, cycling, or fishing.


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