Drogheda

  1. Aine Dunne Fine Art Tapestry Weaver

    Drogheda, Louth

    Located in the historic Boyne Valley just 5km north of Drogheda, County Louth, Aine Dunne Fine Art Tapestry Weaver designs and creates a variety of wall coverings and hand weavings. Aine Dunne also runs one-to-one and group workshops from her studio. Read more

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  2. 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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  3. Drogheda Slí na Sláinte

    Drogheda, Louth

    The Drogheda Slí na Sláinte 3.3 km route takes you down Peter Street past the Thosel into Shop Street and up to the Bullring. Read more

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  4. 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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  5. Oriel Trail Touring Route - County Louth

    Drogheda, Louth

    The route makes its way through County Louth taking in all of its splendour whether it may be the Medieval Village of Carlingford in the north or the historical town of Drogheda. Read more

  6. Drogheda Museum Millmount

    Drogheda, Louth

    Drogheda Museum in Millmount County Louth is located in the Officer's quarters of a former military barracks built in 1808. The museum has been described as one of the finest town museums in Ireland. Read more

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  7. One Day Tour of County Louth

    Drogheda, Louth

    Arrive in Drogheda, a bustling hive of activity situated astride the River Boyne. Drogheda is a Norman built town and was built in the 12th Century. This town is an ideal stop for a morning break.
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  8. The River Boyne

    Drogheda, Louth

    The River Boyne rises near Carbury, County Kildare and flows northeast through County Meath, where it enters the Irish Sea right between County Meath and County Louth. The river and its tributaries hold extensive stock of wild brown trout. Read more

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  9. Special Places Louth, Meath and Longford

    Drogheda, Louth

    Of course the entire East Coast and Midlands of Ireland is a very special place. And within it are hundreds of gardens, ancient monuments, great houses, fantastic golf courses, equestrian centres, lakes and rivers and all sorts of other wonderful spots for holiday visits. This route of 550 km (345 miles) takes you through the eight counties of the Region so that you can encounter all kinds of villages and towns, farms and forests and, in each county, two extra special centres of kinds not included in the list above. Read more

  10. Beaulieu House, Gardens & Car Museum

    Drogheda, Louth

    Beaulieu House is a very special place, home to the same family since 1650. Located near Drogheda, it is a leading tourist attraction in County Louth and includes a walled garden and museum with classic cars. Read more

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