A 54-year old female patient presented with intracranial tuberculoma attached to the dura mater during treatment with anti-tuberculous agents. Compared tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) revealed a lesion resembling a cystic meningioma. A granulomatous tumor that adhered to the cerebral cortex and dura was totally removed. Histological diagnosis was epithelioid granuloma. After removal of the tuberculoma and treatment with anti-tuberculous medications, the patient seemed to be cured, and regrowth of the tumor has not been observed to date. Tuberculoma mimicking meningioma is a very rare phenomenon. In the present study, we review intracranial tuberculomas and discuss their radiological features.