Nenagh Castle

Nenagh Castle was built by Theobald Walter (the first of the Butlers of Ormond) around 1200. To this day the cylindrical keep adorns the town and like most keeps it formed part of the perimeter of the fortress. The walls have now almost disappeared, but fragments remain.

Built from limestone Nenagh Castle measures fifty-five feet in external diameter at the base and rises to a height of one hundred feet. The Castle features four storeys and thanks to a recent renovation this wonderful landmark now represents the town’s premier tourist attraction.

The Castle is open for visitors from April 2014 to October 2014,

Opening Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 1pm and 2pm – 4.30pm (last admission at 3.45pm)
Free admission and free guided tours in English and Polish (length of tour: 30 – 40 minutes)
Entrance to the Castle is located on O’Rahilly Street, and it can be reached via Banba Square
Contact details: Nenagh Heritage Centre – +353 (0) 67 33 850 e-mail: castlenenagh@gmail.com

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