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The Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre is the access point for guided tours of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth—Ireland’s world-famous Neolithic monuments in County Meath. All admissions are processed through the visitor centre, which also features exhibitions.
County Meath is known as the Royal County and derives its name from the Second Century AD as a territory for the High Kings.
Dowth is an ancient passage tomb that is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Bru Na Boinne Megalithic Cemetery. It is located in County Meath, near Drogheda. About 5,000 years old, Dowth had two burial chambers and a ritual basin.
Dalys Inn boasts a traditional Irish Bar and a one hundred seater Restaurant with a full a la carte menu. Situated just one mile from Newgrange, one mile from the Battle of the Boyne site and beside the the historic walled town of Drogheda.
The Co. Meath One Day Tour. Leaving Dublin on the M1 northbound, take the exit for Duleek ( just south of the town of Drogheda ) and then on to Donore and the site of Brú Na Bóinne, Newgrange ( approx. 10kms from Drogheda ).
Enjoy a fun and affordable day at Red Mountain Open Farm which is set in the open countryside of the Boyne Valley near the village of Donore, and not far from the entrance of the Newgrange Interpretive Centre, in County Mayo.
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