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  1. Basement Gallery

    Dundalk, Louth

    The Basement Gallery hosts eleven exhibitions a year, and is programmed and managed by Dundalk Urban District Council. A wide variety of median and styles are displayed, featuring work by local, national and international artists. Read more

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  2. Castletown Motte

    Dundalk, Louth

    Castletown Motte, in County Louth, comprises of an 12th century castle on top of a 20m high mound. It is said to be the site of Dun Delga, birthplace of Cúchulainn the famous Celtic warrior. Read more

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  3. Old Mellifont Abbey

    Drogheda, Louth

    County Louth is home to Old Mellifont Abbey, which was Ireland’s first Cistercian monastery, founded in 1142. At the site, located just 10 minutes from Drogheda, visitors can view remains, such as the monks’ chapter house and an octagonal Lavabo. Read more

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  4. Beaulieu House, Gardens

    Drogheda, Louth

    Beaulieu is one of the oldest unfortified homes to be found in Ireland dating back from 1660 -1666.It has been lived in by the same family for 11 generations. Many interesting carving, paintings and plasterwork adorn the interiors of the house. Read more

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  5. Knockabbey Castle & Gardens

    Louth, Louth

    Knockabbey Castle is located in County Louth and was built around 1399. It was then called Thomastown Castle and over the last millennium has seen huge developments, both to the castle and surrounding gardens. Read more

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  6. St Peter's Roman Catholic Church, Drogheda

    Drogheda, Louth

    St Peter’s Roman Catholic Church, situated on West Street in Drogheda Town, is famous for housing the shrine of St Oliver Plunkett. The site’s first church was built in 1791, and parts of it were incorporated into the present 19th-century building. Read more

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  7. Saint Brigid’s Shrine and Well Faughart

    Dundalk, Louth

    Situated just 15 minutes from Dundalk, the Hill of Faughart is one of County Louth’s great historical sites. It is the location of several scenes of the legendary Táin Bó Cúalinge and features ruins associated with St Brigid. Read more

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  8. St. Laurence's Gate - Drogheda Walls

    Drogheda, Louth

    St Laurence's Gate, in Drogheda County Louth, which led to the Friary of St Laurence, is widely regarded as one of the finest of its kind in Europe. Read more

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  9. Kildemock Jumping Church

    Ardee, Louth

    The Kildemock Jumping Church is a fascinating religious ruin found 4km south of Ardee in Millockstown, County Louth. The church dates from the 14th century and part of its west gable now stands inside the wall of the original foundation. Read more

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  10. Carlingford Heritage Centre

    Carlingford, Louth

    The beautifully restored medieval church of the Holy Trinity, in Carlingford County Louth, is home to Carlingford’s history from Viking Times to the present day. Read more

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