Hill of Tara
- View as map
Tara, Meath, Republic of Ireland
The Hill of Tara was the seat of the High Kings of Ireland, it was the most important centre of political and religious power in pre-Christian Ireland.
Though best known as the seat of the High Kings of Ireland, the Hill of Tara has been an important site since the late Stone Age when a passage tomb was constructed there.
The Hill of Tara was at the height of its power as a political and religious centre in the early centuries after Christ. Attractions include an audio visual show and guided tours of the site. Exciting new research and excavations by the Discovery programme team continue to add to our understanding of the site.
Visitor Centre Opening Times - Open daily:
End May - mid September from 10 am - 6 pm. Last Admission 1 hr before closing.
Length of Visit: Average length of visit 1to 2 hours.
Access to the hill of Tare is open all year around.
Public car / coach parking area, toilets close to site, visitor centre and guided tour.
Coffee shop close to site. Seating capacity of 57 Summer and 35 in Winter