Grand Canal Tullamore

Tullamore is the county town of County Offaly. It is in the centre of Ireland and has a population of 13,000. Its most famous export is Tullamore Dew, a whiskey which was first brewed in 1829 and is still enjoyed today. The Grand Canal runs through the centre of the town. It is also an important commercial and industrial centre in the region.

Get in

By car

By train

Train station services from Dublin and Galway/Westport 8 times daily. Train station is near enough to town centre but there are usually taxis waiting if you need them.

By bus

Bus Eireann and Kearns buses connect Tullamore with Dublin, Galway and Waterford.

By boat

Travel in by boat on the Grand Canal coming from Dublin and it joins up with the River Shannon.

Get around

Map of Tullamore

Town Centre is small enough to get around by foot. There are plenty of taxi ranks also.



Charleville Castle




Pubs and Cafés

Fast Food


Tullamore Dew Whiskey


Bed & Breakfast

Stay Healthy

The Midlands Regional Hospital Tullamore is a large hospital with an emergency department if you get into bad health or something happens to you while travelling.

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