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All reviews steep climb coffee shop passage tomb highest point well worth the effort take your time own pace sunny day views are stunning stone carvings magical place county meath heritage centre flash light well worth the trip tour group amazing site
The tour was so interesting. The walk up the hill was breathtaking. The tea and scones was such a nice touch. Malachy was so helpful. Sarah was easy to converse with online and though phone calls. Everyone was so nice!!
I love visiting the 5500+ year old cairns, And have brought many friends and family to visit over the last few years.
The site is amazing, plus the views (360° views) are wonderful. It's such a short walk up, but quite steep. Can be done...More
We have visited here regularly. It's a lovely place for a walk, the view from the top is amazing. The history of the Cairns is a must see. The etchings on the stone are beautiful. Would highly recommend a visit here.
The view from the hilltop across the valleys is alone worth the visit. The added benefit is the ability to see close up what our neolithic ancestors built over 5000 years ago and is still standing. Parking is available and its an easy 5-10 minute...More
This place is absolutely out of this world great! It's quite a walk to get there, but our guide was so skilled with helping us understand how important this place is to history that the walk seemed well worth it!
Take a trip back in time while you explore these ancient cairns. Step inside the largest one and trace your fingers over carvings in the stones! Be sure to sit in the witch's seat too as you enjoy panoramic views of the rolling green countryside...More
Very interesting experience. We arranged a guided tour with the megalithic centre. I think that made it much more interesting and worthwhile than to go alone as there is limited interpretive signage. We learned so much about the site and the history of the area....More
We missed the Neolithic ruins closer to the coast but a helpful young man at the Oldcastle House Hotel suggested this was worthy of a look. Don't forget to pickup the keys beforehand from the Loughcrew Gardens team.