Lar na Pairce Museum is located in Slievenamon Road in Thurles, the birthplace of the GAA.
There is car parking available beside Lár na Páirce.
Thurles is close to the M8 (exit at Junction 5 or 6) and easily accessible from the main centres:
|Dublin||92 mins||151 km|
|Cork||73 mins||116 km|
|Limerick||64 mins||77 km|
|Cashel||21 mins||22.4 km|
There are hourly trains to Dublin and regular services to Limerick, Cork, and Killarney. See Irish Rail for details of trains.
Thurles train station is a 15 minute walk from Lár na Páirce Museum. The train station exits onto Friar Street. Follow Friar Street until the Square, and turn right at the centre of the Square onto Slievenamon Road. Lár na Páirce is located between the Watermill and the car park.
Thurles is also well linked by bus, with Bus Éireann and a number of private operators providing regular bus services.