Navan

  1. Solstice Arts Centre

    Navan, Meath

    Solstice Arts Centre opened to the public in April 2006. It is a symbol of the belief and pride that Co. Meath feels about its cultural and artistic life. Read more

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  2. Navan Cinema

    Navan, Meath

    Diamond Screen Cineplex 6 screens, all with dolby surround sound.
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  3. Aura Leisure Link Navan

    Navan, Meath

    Aura Navan Leisurelink offers excellent and state of the art facilities for health and fitness with a 25m swimming pool, Health suite and fully equiped gym. Read more

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  4. The Palace Bar Club

    Navan, Meath

    The Palace Bar & Club has arrived into Navan's social scene! Read more

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  5. Taboo Club

    Navan, Meath

    Taboo offers a New York style club bar in the heart of Meath.
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  6. Boyne Ramparts Walk

    Navan, Meath

    This walk is known as the Boyne Ramparts walk and takes the visitor a distance of 8 km from Navan towards Slane along the banks of the River Boyne, parallel with the old canal. Read more

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  7. Rogers Antiques & Grange Saddlery

    Navan, Meath

    Rogers Antiques in Navan, County Meath, offers a unique guide to buying antiques. With years of experience and a friendly team on stand by, they help customers purchase an antique of quality and value suiting both their needs and tastes. Read more

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  8. Copper and Spices

    Navan, Meath

    Copper & Spices is a South Asian restaurant with a contemporary yet elegant design. The chefs are fully trained and have spent many years working here in Ireland and abroad and are well educated to the Irish palate. Read more

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  9. Beautiful Meath

    Navan, Meath

    Meath Tours offers an extensive range of heritage and history tours of County Meath, in the eastern side of Ireland. Read more

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  10. Solstice Arts Centre

    Navan, Meath

    Solstice Arts Centre opened to the public in April 2006. It is a symbol of the belief and pride that Co. Meath feels about its cultural and artistic life.
    Read more

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