Mitchelstown Cave is a limestone cave near Burn Court, County Tipperary, Ireland. Situated 12 kilometers (7.5 mi) from Mitchelstown, County Cork, became the first cave in Ireland attutvecklas to the public in 1972. 
The cave is situated in the townland of Coolagarranroe,  the R639 between Mitchelstown and Cahir. It is a privately owned local landmark and tourist destination, with a number of caves are open to the public through a guided tour. Remarkable speleothems include Tower of Babel column. The largest cave, known as Concert Hall, has hosted music events, including a performance by the Celtic Tenors. 
While the presence of a cave has been known in the area for at least as far back as 1777,  Mitchelstown Cave was discovered accidentally by Michael Condon, a farm laborer May 3, 1833.  It was first explored and mapped in 1834 by James Apjohn ,  and then visited by a large number of prominent naturalists and speleologists including Édouard-Alfred Martel in 1895 and H. Luster Jameson, who first described the fauna in the cave.  in 1908, the cave thoroughly researched and resurveyed of Dr. CA Hill Dr. . A. The rule, Harold Brodrick of the Yorkshire Ramblers’ Club and Robert Lloyd Praeger. 
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