Address: Ballingarry, Co. Tipperary
Telephone No: +353 87 908 9972
Apr - Sept: Wed-Sun 14.30 - 17.30
Oct - Mar: Sat & Sun only 14.00 - 16.00
By appointment contact +353 87 908 9972
Average Length of Visit: 40 minutes
Exhibition, toilets, toilet for visitors with disabilities. Car/coach park
During the Great Famine the Warhouse was the scene of the 1848 Rebellion. The house exhibits the history of the Famine and mass emigration, the rebellion, high treason trials and penal exile of the Young Ireland leaders in Australia and their escapes to the U.S.A.
Here rebels under the leadership of the Protestant aristocrat, William Smith OBrien, M.P., besieged 47 police who had barricaded themselves into the McCormack farmhouse taking five children hostage. The exhibition places the Famine Rebellion in the context of 1848 as Europes Year of Revolutions in France, Germany, Italy, Austria and Hungary. Access to the ground floor for visitors with disabilities.
Location: 23 miles (37 km) from Kilkenny along N76 and R691 to Ballingarry. North of Ballingarry towards Commons. Follow signposts.
Guided Tours: Available