Celtic Boyne Valley

Departs Dublin Tourism on Suffolk Street, outside the old stone church at 8:00 am daily

Please arrive 10 mins before departure!
Adult €40 euro
Student/OAP €35 euro



•    8:00am Depart From Dublin and head for Oldcastle, Co. Meath in the heart of The Boyne Valley.
•    9:30am Arrive at Loughcrew Passage Tomb. This is a passage tomb to Rival Newgrange with Neolithic art and numerous structures. Cairn T aligns with sunrise on the equinox. Explore this area at your leisure and hear fantastic stories of the ancients.
•    11:00am Walk through the grounds of Anglo-Norman Trim Castle. This is Irelands best preseved and largest Norman castle. Built in 1173 it was the fortress of De Lacy who was the kings representative in Ireland.
•    12:20pm Stand where the High Kings of Ireland were inaugurated at the sacred site of The Hill Of Tara which means, 'Sanctuary Of The Kings' the spiritual centre of The Boyne Valley. Some structures date to the stone age but it was most significant in the Iron age but maintained its spiritual significance with a church at the location from 1190.
•    2:15pm Stop at Monasterboice home to Irelands highest and most decorated Celtic High Crosses. Images on one side depict scenes from the old testament and the other depicts images of the new testament
•    3:15pm 1hr walking tour of the historical town of Drogheda. We are working with my street where guys who had fallen on hard times have retrained and now give historical tours of Drogheda.
•    5:15pm After a hugely enjoyable and educational day, we make our way back to Dublin city