County Louth has a rich medieval past. Drogheda, on the River Boyne, contains many fascinating buildings including St. Laurence’s Gate Millmount Motte and Martello Tower . The relics of St. Oliver Plunkett, martyred in 1681, are preserved in St. Peter’s Church. Louth has several seaside resorts, and there are top quality golf links and parkland courses. For up to date information on what's happening in Drogheda and surrounding areas in East Ireland check out Drogheda Tourist Office website.
One of Ireland's most important visual arts spaces presents a dynamic and diverse programme of visual arts exhibitions.
The after effects of the "The Battle of the Boyne" live on in to this day.
Believed to be the finest example of Irish domestic architecture to survive from the Restoration. Beaulieu House was built by Sir Henry Titchbourne.
The home of the Earl and Countess of Mount Charles, is renowned worldwide for the annual rock concerts held in the natural amphitheatre in front of the castle.
Two of the most famous and most visited tourist attractions these are regarded as among the most impressive prehistoric monuments in Europe and are world heritage sites.
Tara is the ancient seat of the High Kings of Ireland and thus one of the most important sites on the Emerald Isle.
A new vibrant visitor attraction located in the Heritage Town of Kells. The exhibition "The Splendour of Ireland" gives an insight into the crafts and culture of monastic.
The Museum contains manuscript copies of poems, some original letters, war medals and other memorabilia from one of Ireland's greatest poets Francis Ledwidge.
Round Tower and Early Christian monastic site founded by St. Bulite in the 6th Century. Possibly the most outstanding example of richly decorated high cross remaining in today.