Welcome. We aim to preserve Tipperarys history and heritage and promote it locally and internationally Welcome. We aim to preserve Tipperarys history and heritage and promote it locally and internationally From The Archive 1965 - Burying the Hatchet in Cashel’s Leahy Park The Nationalist, 18 & 25 December 1965 The inaugural Munster Senior Club Hurling Championship was played in 1965,… Tipperary Studies News Angela Byrne's Lecture on John Lee Begins Lecture Series 10 October 18th: Dr Angela Byrne Visiting the ‘Gibraltar of Ireland’: John Lee’s Observations on Cashel and Co. Tipperary… Tipperary People and Places Lecture Series 2016/17 Tipperary County Council Library Service invites you to attend the annual Tipperary People and Places Lecture Series, which… Recommended Jim Fogarty's "Cross of Cashel" - €5 in Tipperary Studies Jim Fogarty's "Cross of Cashel", a history of the All Ireland u21 Hurling Championship, is now available to… What We Do The Archive Information on Tipperary Studies’ location, services and facilities. Genealogy An introduction to the genealogical services and collections held by Tipperary Studies, the perfect place to begin your research into your Tipperary ancestors. Our Collections An ever-expanding collection of material that chronicles every aspect of life in Co. Tipperary. Explore our collections – including such items as newspapers, manuscripts, maps and journals Projects Digitisation Project The Tipperary Studies digitisation project aims to make available online a range of sources, both historical and genealogical, which are part of the fabric which makes up the history of Tipperary.Many of these documents are unique to Tipperary Studies and one of the aims of the project is to make these sources available to everyone, free of charge. Lecture Series Tipperary Studies holds an annual Tipperary People and Places Lecture series. Lectures take place on the third Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm, in the Gallery of the Source Library, Thurles. Each season the Series covers a myriad of different subjects that range from the ancient to the modern, each with its own specific relevance to the historical events and characters that have forged the rich history of this county through the centuries.