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Newgrange Tours By Mary Gibbons provides visitors with our world-renowned bus tour of some of the most famous and iconic locations of Ireland’s Ancient East.
Our guided tour visits Newgrange Passage Tomb of the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Site of Brú na Bóinne and we also visit the Hill of Tara, the ancient capital of Ireland.
With our tour, visitors can skip the line and are guaranteed access to the Newgrange monument.
Along with entering the monument passage and chamber, visitors also explore and discover the world famous collection of decorated kerbstones that surround the passage tomb. These stones display some of Europe's best-preserved examples of Neolithic art.
This is one of Ireland’s premier historical and archaeological tours, in operation for over 30 years.
Interested in booking your spot on our next Brú na Bóinne tour? Get in contact with Newgrange Tours By Mary Gibbons today.
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Newgrange is approximately 5000 years old. It is Ireland's greatest Neolithic Passage Tomb, world famous for its annual Winter Solstice and home to some of Europe's richest collections of megalithic art.
The historic seat of Irish kings, it is thought that over 140 kings reigned in Ireland in the name of Tara. In ancient mythology, Tara was revered as a dwelling of the gods.
Our accessible, engaging and entertaining tour has attracted the attention of some of the world’s best-known travel guides and travel writers.
We provide visitors with fascinating insights into the discovery of the Brú na Bóinne site in the 17th century. We also explore how American archaeologists played a pivotal role in on the earliest writing regarding the site.