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Heritage Trails

 

Meath, Ireland's Heritage Capital offers 8 different heritage trails to ensure you don't miss any of Meath's fascinating ancient past and most recent history. 

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Athboy Heritage Trail

Take a few minutes to travel the Athboy heritage trail and experience some of the history and rich tradition which make the people at the Yellow Ford proud of their past and present, and confident in their future.
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Clonard Heritage Trail

A place made famous by the monastic school of St Finian in the 6th century, a seat of learning and place from where many well known saints travelled to Britain and Europe

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Duleek Heritage Trail

The Duleek Heritage Trail has been conceived as a series of stepping stones through the village and its long and varied history.

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Kells Historic Trail

Kells Historic Trail

Kells, or Ceanannas Mór, meaning Great Fort, was known to be a royal residence before St. Colmcille established a religious settlement in Kells in 550.  It is considered by many historians to be one of the most important monastic sites in Ireland.

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Meath Heritage Trail

Starting at Tara and finishing at the Battle of the Boyne Site, this trail has been devised to allow easy access to some of the best heritage sites in the county.

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Stamullen Village Heritage Trail

CityNorth Hotel  has unveiled their new tourism initiative of two new local heritage trail routes. Commencing from the hotel grounds and taking in the quaint rural villages of Gormanston and Stamullen, these new walking trails (which can also be enjoyed on bicycles - hired from the hotel) feature a number of fascinating hidden heritage gems which guests can read about on the hotels new comprehensive Heritage Trail Map.

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