The Slieveardagh Heritage Centre in Killenaule, County Tipperary is located in a former church which was built between 1838 and 1840 on the site of an older medieval church. There are three-bay nave elevations and a pitched entrance porch to the west with a recently added lean-to extension. Closed as a church 1991, the building is now in use as a local Heritage Centre. The Centre tells the interesting stories of the area, which has had a varied and chequered past ranging from coal mining to the Young Irelanders of the mid 19th century.
The centre also houses the local library. It has a Derrynaflan Exhibition and internet access for the public.