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Brambles at Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre

 We are an Irish Family Business and proud of our Artisan Hand Produced food. We invite you to join us for breakfast, morning coffee and lunch. We love what we do and we think it shows in the quality of our hand produced food. 
We have a wonderful cafe located in the visitor centre of Brú na Bóinne. The glazed wall of the café brings the outside in and you can enjoy a light lunch or a coffee in a bright airy space. The building is sympathetic to the historical site of Newgrange
 

Brambles Cafe Bru na Boinne
Brambles Cafe Bru na Boinne
Brambles Cafe Bru na Boinne
Brambles Cafe Bru na Boinne
Brambles Cafe Bru na Boinne
+353 (0)41 9814888
customercare@brambles.ie

Staleen Road, Donore, Co. Meath, A92 EH5C

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Brambles at Oldbridge House, Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre

We are an Irish Family Business and proud of our Artisan Hand Produced food. We invite you to join us for breakfast, morning coffee and lunch or afternoon teas. We love what we do and we think it shows in the quality of our hand produced food. 


We have a wonderful location in the Tea Pavilion in Oldbridge house. The glazed wall of the café offers un-interrupted views of the wonderful Victorian and Octagonal gardens. Decking and contemporary seating allows for a relaxed environment in which to enjoy your refreshments. 

Brambles, Battle of the Boyne site
Brambles interior
Brambles coffee
Brambles soup
Brambles pantry
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Oldbridge House, Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre,  Oldbridge, Co. Meath  A92 CY68  

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Boyne Currach Centre – Traditional Boat Building in the Boyne Valley

Located in the world heritage site of Brú na Boinne, sitting alongside the river Boyne, beneath the tomb of Newgrange, visitors can experience various boat building projects and explore skills of the past, associated with tradition of skin boat making.

By recreating our Neolithic past, using only tools and methods that were available 5,000 years ago, we aim to heighten our senses that illustrate for us our own unique culture and heritage.

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Dun Uabhair, 
Droichead  Atha, 
Co na Mi

Open by appointment

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€3 per person

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Boyne Valley Wools

Alison Fullam Gogan lives in the heart of the Boyne Valley Co.Meath, Ireland. She has a large flock of Jacob sheep which won second place in the recent All Ireland Flock assesments and she also was awarded Best Stock Ram in Ireland with the Jacob Breed.

Alison Hand spins all her own Jacob wool and crafts products with the finished yarn such as woven scarves, hand knit hats, socks, rugs, throws etc.

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The Leck, Donore, Co. Meath

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Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre (Newgrange and Knowth)

The new state of the art, immersive visitor experience focuses on the monuments of the World Heritage Site during the Neolithic period. It transports visitors back 5000 years to the pinnacle of passage tomb building tradition.

The exhibits explore the seasonal nature of Stone Age society, the significance of the solar cycle, ceremonies and the monument building process.

Visitors at Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre exhibition
Newgrange passage tomb
Visitors at Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre exhibition
Visitors at Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre exhibition
Visitors at Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre exhibition
+353 41 9880300
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Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre,

Donore,

County Meath

A92 EH5C

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Newgrange Lodge

Newgrange Lodge is a unique venue located only one minute’s walk from the world famous heritage site of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth located in the heart of the beautiful Boyne Valley. We offer accommodation for both independent travellers and groups alike. Our rooms include a mix of 23 Double/ Twin and Family rooms and a number of multi bed rooms that are ideal for accommodating large groups on a budget.

+353 (0)41 988 2478
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Newgrange,Donore,Co. Meath

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Brú na Bóinne – Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth

The new state of the art, immersive visitor experience focuses on the monuments of the World Heritage Site during the Neolithic period. It transports visitors back 5000 years to the pinnacle of passage tomb building tradition.

The exhibits explore the seasonal nature of Stone Age society, the significance of the solar cycle, ceremonies and the monument building process.

+353 (0) 41 988 0300
brunaboinne@opw.ie

Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre,

Donore,

County Meath

A92 EH5C
 

NB: Do not go directly to Newgrange or Knowth, all access is via the Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre (Eircode A92 EH5C) 

 

Location

2km west of Donore Village on the L21

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Directions

From Navan: Take the turn for Duleek and veer left for the Boyne Road. Once you reach the N2 junction, take a right and sharp left for the Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre From Drogheda: Take the Donore Road from the Bus Station which is located just off the N1 on the south side of the River Boyne. Travel about 7km (4.5 miles) to the village of Donore, turn right passing Daly's Brú na Bóinne Bar and Restaurant on the right, travel about 1km, the Visitor Centre cark park is on the right hand side.

Bus Route(s): Bus Eireann operates a bus service (Route 163) between the Visitor Centre and Drogheda. See Bus Eireann website for details. This service runs in conjunction with the service to Drogheda from Dublin. Contact Bus Eireann, Travel Centre +353 (0) 1 8366111 or +353 (0) 41 983 5023.

Via the M1 Motorway: Take the M1 heading north, leave the motorway at the Donore Exit near Drogheda, (Brú na Bóinne is clearly signposted before the exit). There is a toll of 1.50 Euro before the Donore exit. Travel about 6km (4 miles) to the village of Donore, turn right passing Daly's Brú na Bóinne Bar and Restaurant on the right, travel about 1km, the Visitor Centre cark park is on the right hand side.

From Dublin: Take the N2 north via Ashbourne towards Slane. Turn right about 2km south of Slane.

From Trim: Take the R161 to Navan and follow directions from Navan. From Slane: take the N2 Ashbourne route from Slane, turn left approx 2 km outside of Slane and follow the signs for Brú na Bóinne.

Click here to see opening arrangements and available booking times.

 

 

 

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From 3 March 2022

Brú na Bóinne Tour plus  Newgrange Chamber
ADULT: €18
SENIOR (60 and over): €16
CHILD (12-17): €12
CHILD (under 12): FREE
STUDENT (valid student ID required): €12
FAMILY (max. 2 adults & 5 Children aged 12 -17) : €48

Visitor Centre Exhibition only
ADULT: €5
SENIOR (60 and over): €4
CHILD (12-17): €3
CHILD (under 12): FREE
STUDENT (valid student ID required): €3
FAMILY (max. 2 adults & 5 Children aged 12 -17): €13

 

Ticket availability is very limited.

Pre-booking tickets is essential – all visitors including children / infants must have a ticket.

For wheelchair users or visitors who require special assistance please email brunaboinne@opw.ie in advance of booking.

For group bookings (15 – 24 tickets): email brunaboinne@opw.ie

 

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Brú na Bóinne, the legends behind the tombs

Brú na Bóinne is one of the most important prehistoric megalithic sites in Europe drawing thousands of visitors daily. Each of the tombs has their own myths to explore against the beautiful backdrop of the gently meandering River Boyne. You will marvel at the skill of these prehistoric builders The Dinshenchas, from the Book of Leinster (a manuscript from the 12th century) is a very useful source for anyone interested in Irish mythology. This collection of poems tells the origin of place names, events and characters. It recounts the legends behind Brú na Bóinne, the Palace of the Boyne.

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