Built under instruction of the Glengall Butler family, St Paul’s is one of only two known churches designed by the celebrated English architect John Nash. Perched above the River Suir with Cahir Castle as it’s backdrop, the church’s dramatic spire is a major landmark in the town.

St Paul’s features exquisite plasterwork ceilings, decoratively-carved pine pews with individual doors, and the Glengall family mausoleum and vault. There is also a vast array of memorials, including some from the Butler family and the Denny family, made famous for their pies! Most areas of the church and grounds are wheelchair accessible. Tea, coffee and cakes are available with the guided tours.

Covid-19 Update 😷

Tipperary in alignment with government guideline is closed to visitors outside of the county, and residents beyond their 5km.

Tipperary looks forward to welcoming you when it is safe to do so.Feel free to browse and dream of holidays to come.

There will be a warm welcome waiting.