When the weather turns not so favourable and you ask yourself “What are the rainy day activities in Ireland especially Tipperary” well look no further!
Relax and Reconnect
Rainy weather can be an opportunity to relax and reconnect with your loved ones at Corderry Farm. Curl up by one of the two Cottage woodburning stoves and immerse yourself in a book from the shelf. Or have some fun with the family and play some of the cottage board games.
You won’t run out of things to do as you can also head outside and enjoy some friendly competition in the games barn. Whether it’s darts, table tennis, or billiards, you’ll have fun no matter the weather. Rain or shine, you’ll always have a great time.
Then when you want to leave the farm, here are a few suggestions:
Swimming Pool, Tipperary Town– 15 minutes from Corderry Farm
Fancy a dip, then make your way into Tipperary Town and dive into the local swimming pool
• 25 Meter 6 Lane Pool
• 9 Meter Sq. Training Pool
• Special Needs Dressing Room
• Baby Changing Facilities
Canon Hayes Recreation Centre, Tipperary Town – 15 minutes from Corderry Farm
The Canon Hayes Recreation Centre in Tipperary Town boasts a vast range of state-of-the-art health, fitness, and sports facilities.
Indoor facilities include a Sports Hall, Aerobics Studio, Sauna / Steam Room, Squash and Racquetball Courts, a magnificent Gymnasium, Strength and Conditioning Room and an adjoining Swimming Pool.
Outdoor facilities include a flood lit Running Track, 3 all-weather Astro Turf Pitches and 2 Tennis Courts
Tipperary Excel Heritage Centre. Tipperary Town – 15 minutes from Corderry Farm
Spend a morning or afternoon at Tipperary Excel Heritage Centre which offers a great gallery space and a fascinating section on genealogy and heritage. The centre also hosts theatre, film and events. There is so much going on in this wonderful place, go ahead and check it out
• Tipperary Family History Research facility
The Tipperary Family History Research facility (TFHR) was established to provide a research service to those people who have Tipperary ancestry, enabling you to have your ancestors records found and increase your knowledge of your family history.
Check out the latest releases in one of the many screens
Numerous productions throughout the year
• Library Located as you enter the Excel Centre
• The French Quarter Café
Indulge in a little retail therapy, go on you deserve it and what a great use of a rainy day activities in Ireland.
Rock Of Cashel
Is one of Ireland’s most spectacular and, deservedly, most visited tourist attractions. Set on an outcrop of limestone in the heart of Tipperary, (Carraig Phádraig), more formally St. Patrick’s Rock, it is also known as Cashel of the Kings, the Seat of the High Kings of Munster and dates back to the 4th or 5th century. Read full article here https://corderryfarmireland.ie/rock-of-cashel/
It is one of Ireland’s largest and best-preserved castles. It stands proudly on a rocky island on the River Suir, Co. Tipperary. Standing tall, the castle appears to grow out of the rock, now situated in the town centre. W orth a visit at any time of the year or in any weather. Read more here https://corderryfarmireland.ie/cahir-castle/
Mitchelstown Caves are one of the largest and most complex cave systems in Ireland. Worth a visit at any time of the year or in any weather. Read more here https://corderryfarmireland.ie/mitchelstown-caves/
Fethard Horse Country Experience
The Museum is located in the heart of the Golden Vale, the FHC Experience offers visitors the opportunity to discover the rich culture, heritage and history of the region. Part of Ireland’s Ancient East, this interactive experience examines the relationship between the people, the land and the horse revealing how they are all inextricably linked.
Read more here https://corderryfarmireland.ie/tipperary-is-horse-country/
Holycross abbey was founded in 1168 by the king of Munster. Located in the pretty village of Holycross, this restored Cistercian abbey was a place of medieval pilgrimage where you can walk in the footsteps of the ancient Monks.
Read more here https://corderryfarmireland.ie/holycross-abbey/
Marlhill Open Farm
Fun for the kids with an indoor and outdoor areas. Plenty to do regardless of the weather. Check out https://corderryfarmireland.ie/family-activities-south-east-ireland/
Hours of fun for the kids. Enjoyable regardless of the weather. Check out https://corderryfarmireland.ie/family-activities-south-east-ireland/
Fethard Folk Farm and Transport Museum
The Fethard Folk Farm and Transport Museum is housed in the former Fethard railway station, near the historic town walls of Fethard, in County Tipperary. It specialises in transport items but also contains thousands of exhibits from folk and farm life.
International Rugby Experience
A fully-immersive, hands on, multi-sensory experience designed to engage and inspire. Split into six zones, each completely different from the next, it will take you on a journey from the grass roots of rugby right up to legendary status – with each stage rooted in World Rugby’s values of Passion, Discipline, Integrity, Solidarity and Respect. Read more here https://corderryfarmireland.ie/sporting-events-munster/
King John’s Castle
Located in the heart of Limerick City’s medieval quarter, visitors have the unique opportunity to discover the stories of ruthless King John, the noble knights and rebellious natives. Read more here https://corderryfarmireland.ie/king-johns-castle-limerick/
The Hunt Museum
Visit The Hunt Museum in Limerick City and see an internationally important collection of 2,000 original works of art and antiquity. Explore one of Ireland’s greatest private collections dating from the Neolithic to the 20th Century.
Relax and reconnect, Cozy up by the woodburning stoves, Enjoy the Games barn or step out onto the walking trails. It all awaits you!