Drogheda

What's On in Drogheda (June 18th-30th 2019)


What’s Happening in the Drogheda Area – Compiled by Drogheda Tourist Office

Tuesday June 18th

  • Fleadh Customer Service Training – For front of house personnel in Westcourt Hotel 9.30am – 12.30 pm
  • Walking Tours of Historic Drogheda – Departs Millmount Museum 2 pm .Bookings  041-9833097
  • Traditional Music Sessions – Carberry’s & Donaghys 9.30 pm

Wednesday June 19th


KenDu Music Presents

The Road to Lough Swilly 

at
Beaulieu House and Garden, Co Louth
ConTempo Quartet & Mick O’Brien (Uilleann Pipes)
The Boyne Valley Chamber Orchestra

Composed and Conducted by
Michael Holohan

Eastern Seaboard is casual dining at its finest. A landmark in the Boyne Valley for quality, style and design; where local ingredients & local producers are the foundation of a seasonally changing menu. With a natural, organic & biodynamic wine list and local craft beer, cider & gin, Eastern Seaboard is the place to be for locals & visitors alike.

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Brown Hound Bakery is a very sweet spot. Hand made cakes, pastries and breads beautifully displayed. Apple monkey bread is delicious! Little custard tarts are to die for! Order a coffee by specialist roasters, sit in a window seat or at an old wooden table and be sure to pick up some savory tarts or parmesan & chive biscuits for your onward journey.

Opening Hours

A long table supper to celebrate the Summer Solstice.

Join us in the Boann Distillery and Boyne Brewhouse for a very special Solstice Supper served up by Reuven Diaz of the Eastern Seaboard Bar & Grill.

Learn all about brewing craft beer and distilling whiskey and gin while enjoying a candlelit menu paired with award winning Boyne Brewhouse craft beer, Cooneys Irish Cider, Boann Whiskey and Gin.

A Boyne Valley Food Series event

The countdown is on to the most important Irish music and cultural event of the year, and once again it's going to be at the heart of the Boyne Valley! Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann returns to Drogheda in 2019 and brings together thousands of people from across the world for a week of exciting events dedicated to all aspects of Irish music, song, dance and other cultural arts.

St Laurence's Gate & Drogheda Walls

Drogheda's name derives from the Irish Droichead Átha meaning 'bridge of the ford' which refers to the River Boyne on which it stands. Drogheda was granted its charter in 1194 by Hugh de Lacy (after whom the de Lacy bridge in Drogheda is named).
 
The Anglo-Normans made Drogheda one of their primary strongholds, completing the town walls in 1334. The walled area of the mediaeval Drogheda enclosed 113 acres, making it one of the largest walled towns of the time.
 

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St Laurence's Gate & Drogheda Walls

Running 1.9km from Dominic's Park on the south bank of the River Boyne near the Bridge of Peace in Drogheda, the Boyne Greenway  takes you along the river close to the Mary McAleese Cable Bridge and then along the Boyne Canal to the Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre at Oldbridge.

From its location on the banks of the River Boyne, Il Ponte (The Bridge, in Italian) is the link between the dhotel and the cosmopolitan town of Drogheda.  With a mission to redefine Italian cusine in the locality, it offers handmade pasta and authentic pizza from a traditional pizza oven, all masterfully created under the watchful eye of our head chef.

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