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An place of Ancient life

Newgrange dates to the Stone age period of human life in Ireland. One need not be fascinated by... read more

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Marie P
New York City, New York
3200 BC Stone Age Passage Tomb, incredible

Older than Stonehenge, this is an amazing thing to see! A Unesco World Heritage Site, amazingly... read more

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Reviewed yesterday

Newgrange dates to the Stone age period of human life in Ireland. One need not be fascinated by archaeology or ancient culture to merely appreciate the patient dedication to building and subsequent constant use of this place. Guides are happy to demonstrate how on the...More

Thank Marie P
Reviewed yesterday

Older than Stonehenge, this is an amazing thing to see! A Unesco World Heritage Site, amazingly well preserved - the stone age engineers made sure that this would be here for pretty much eternity, and they seem to have been correct! A very limited number...More

Thank lexmiller
Reviewed 2 days ago

Ask people if they have heard of Stonehenge of the Great Pyramids and they will certainly reply with a "yes". Ask them if they've heard of Newgrange and you are unlikely to get the same response. The mysterious 5000-year old burial mound known as Newgrange...More

Thank Jeremy G
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Despite having been brought up in N.Ireland I had never heard of Newgrange. The visit blew my mind. It leaves you asking a lot of questions about the past. Great set up, good guides and well organised internal transport. Food is very good in the...More

Thank Roy G
Reviewed 3 days ago

If you are having a tour of Ireland and have limited time I would give this a miss. It is an amazing structure, but roadside photo should be enough. Please be aware of the following... If you book an online ticket they are 2 hrs....More

Thank a a
Reviewed 3 days ago

We loved our visit to Newgrange and the Bru Na Boine visitor center. We learnt so much about the ancient people who lived here 5000 years ago. Primitive humans yet they were able to source stones from distant parts of Ireland. They managed to build...More

Thank Urmila
Reviewed 5 days ago

Book ahead online an allow approx 2 hours for your visit. You can skip the line when you have your tickets prebooked an collect from the desk. They then provide you with you sticker for your tour and advise what time it will be at....More

Thank Mrs_Pud1
Reviewed 5 days ago

We were very excited to see Newgrange, and was one of the first stops on our tour. Was disappointed to arrive there only to find out that the tickets for about 4-5 hours had been sold out, and arrived after a big tour group. It's...More

Thank Joshua E
Reviewed 1 week ago

Don't make the same mistake as we did and drive directly to the site, we arrived out on a Monday morning, looking forward to seeing this ancient site and we unfortunately had to make do with a view from the roadside as access is only...More

1  Thank Kevin D
Reviewed 1 week ago

Got to this site after lunch on a very sunny Sunday and Newgrange was about sold out so opted for Knowth only. What a great choice!! We were thinking that we should have gotten an earlier start on the day but Knowth is a hidden,...More

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Kathleen P
9 August 2018|
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Response from Irish T | Reviewed this property |
If you visit the website, there's lots of information, about the booking for tickets and if you have any further questions, I would call the Newgrange complex and speak to the nice staff. God bless.
25 May 2018|
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Response from MrMente | Reviewed this property |
The sites are only accessible to people on the tour. You can't get on the property unless you take the shuttle. Besides, going inside the passage tomb is the big thrill. You might want to call the visitor center for... More
Rebecca H
28 April 2018|
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Response from jasondayo | Reviewed this property |
Yes. You walk around the structure and may get inside in a small group with a guide.
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