Are you a lover of history? This day out will spark even the most seasoned of historical explorers imagination! The Hill of Tara is an important site when it comes to Irish Folklore and history. It is said to be the previous High seat of the King of Ireland. This has gifted us with a plethora of historical artefacts and sights, including ancient Celtic mounds, Raith Na Ri, and The Mound of the Hostages.
How do I get to the Hill of Tara?
The site is located in County Meath, in the Ancient East of Ireland. This area is full of history, with an impressive amount of sites in the region. Including, The River Boyne, Newgrange and The Hill of Uisneach in Westmeath. The history of the area, all stems from the River Boyne, which is a principal river in the province of Leinster. Mainly, it has played host to hundreds of settlements along its banks for thousands of years! So, if you are a history lover, make sure to visit the famous Hill of Tara on your next day out in Leinster!
- Guided tours available.
- Open from May to September, Every day from 10am to 6pm.
- Accommodation is available.
- Adult admission is €5.