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Adventure & Activity

Discover the heritage town of Kells this summer

Kells is one of the most historic towns in Ireland. Made famous as the place where the Book of Kells, a highly ornate version of the four gospels in Latin, was created. It was written around the year 800, though it remains unclear whether it was written in whole or part at Kells. Being a historic destination is only the beginning of the story in this beautiful town. It’s also bursting with festivals, trails, amazing food, and lively bars. Here are our top ten reasons why Kells should be on your bucket list for 2022.

Ten great things to do for couples in the Boyne Valley this Summer

Its time to start planning that special break this summer. A break for just the two of you, to reconnect and make memories in our beautiful region. The Boyne Valley is filled with great activities perfect for couples and should be top of your wish list for that romantic getaway in Ireland. Remember to check out all our amazing accommodation providers for the best deals this summer. Here are our top things to do for couples in the Boyne Valley this Summer.

Ten great things to do with Kids in the Boyne Valley this Summer

It won’t be long until the school holidays are upon us. If you have young children at home to entertain you will be searching for the best activities to keep them busy. Why not plan a trip to the Boyne Valley this summer and make some great memories with the entire family? As well as having lots of festivals and events to look forward to this summer in the Boyne Valley, there are plenty of things to do with the kids every day of the week! Here are just ten of them. 

Spend some time in the Gardens of the Boyne Valley

Its that time of year when gardens all around Ireland come to life. Garden centres are a buzz of activity, public gardens welcome lots of visitors and gardeners are busy keeping their creations watered. The best place in Ireland to spend some time visiting gardens is the Boyne Valley. The rich heritage of the Boyne Valley is reflected in gardens that date back to the 17th century. Each garden is open either by appointment, or for a set number of days per year.

Accessible Tourism in the Boyne Valley

Here in the Boyne Valley we want everyone to enjoy our beautiful landscape, learn all about our heritage and discover all the great activities and attractions on offer. Many of our activity providers and sites are suitable for people of all ages and all abilities. We understand it takes time to research all the places you can go with walking aids, buggies and wheelchairs so we have compiled a list for you. Take a look at the list of attractions here that are fully accessible in the Boyne Valley below.

School Tours in the Boyne Valley

It's that time of year when schools are starting to wind down, the weather is getting better, and plans are in full flow for the school tour. Whether you a teacher or someone who is looking to bring a group of kids away for the day, the Boyne Valley is the perfect destination. You will find the perfect mix of fun and education as well as great accessibility from the entire country. Here are our top spots for School Tours in the Boyne Valley.

Three days in the Boyne Valley for Families!

There is so much to do this summer in the Boyne Valley for families. The hardest job will be to plan your break to fit all the activities in! To make things a little bit easier we have created a three-day itinerary for you so you can look forward to your adventure without the hassle of researching the best places to visit. You can even extend your stay and spend a week with us in our beautiful region. Here is our three days in the Boyne Valley for families.

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