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Tara, Co. Meath

The Hill of Tara (Irish Teamhair na Rí, "Hill of the Kings"), located near the River Boyne, is a long, low limestone ridge that runs between Navan and Dunshaughlin in County Meath, Leinster, Ireland. It contains a number of ancient monuments, and is reputed to have been the seat of the Árd Rí Éireann or High King of Ireland.

It is one of the most important sites in Ireland. Visitors will not, however, find huge structures or monuments here, instead a landscaped area of enormous proportions awaits them. Which might come as a let-down to some tourists, depending on how their expectations were built up.

The excellent audio-visual representation in the Visitor Center, a disused church, will help to come to grasp with the history and mythology of Tara. But ultimately your imagination will have to work overtime to fully enjoy this major Irish attraction.
 

Gardens

Beaulieu House & Gardens, Drogheda County Louth
Beaulieu House, Gardens and Car Museum
Drogheda, Co. Louth
Beaulieu is a very special place, remarkable for its age, its history, and the fact that the same family have lived in the house ever since it was completed in 1666. The enclosed garden dates from a few decades later may have been designed by the ...
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Golf

County Louth Golf Clubhouse
County Louth Golf Club (Baltray)
Drogheda, Co. Louth
Course Type: Links
County Louth Golf Club or "Baltray" as it is more affectionately known is situated 7km (4 miles) from the historic town of Drogheda at the mouth of the river Boyne. With the river to th ...
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Self Catering

The Cottages - Self Catering Cottages - Bettystown County Meath Ireland
The Cottages
Bettystown, Co. Meath
Traditional thatched cottages were once very typical of this part of Ireland and, although the six that make up this beach-side hamlet look so immaculate that you could be forgiven for thinking they are new, they are actually about 300 y ...
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What's On

Point Village Market - Dublin - Saturdays & Sundays
Saturdays and Sundays 10am to 6pm

North Wall Quay, Dublin 1 (next to the Point Theatre, end of Red Luas Line)Dublin

Contact:

http://www.pointvillagemarket.ie/
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Tourist Attractions

Natural History Museum - Merrion Square Dublin 2 Ireland
Natural History Museum
Dublin 2, Dublin City
Founded by famous Scottish explorer Dr. David Livingstone in 1857. The National Museum of Ireland – Natural History is home to galleries of animals from Ireland and overseas, also geological exhibits from a total collection of about 2 milli ...
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Wedding
Leixlip House Hotel
Leixlip, Co. Kildare
Up on a hill overlooking Leixlip village, just eight miles from Dublin city centre, this fine Georgian house was built in 1722 and is furnished and decorated to a high standard in period style and, with gleaming antique furniture and gilt-framed ...
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