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Considered one of the most important ancient monuments in Northern Ireland, this historical structure is identified as Emain Macha, the seat of the ancient kings of Ulster, and named after the Princess Macha.
Arrived st this beautiful and interesting place. The setting is gorgeous. We visited with the two interesting and informative Druid women who showed us their living spaces and helped us make some local cloth. It was fun and the surroundings are what I think Ireland...More
Excellent walking tour of the site by a lovely lady who explained the history and legends very well - just cannot recall her name - she had a Canadian accent. All in all an enjoyable experience for those interested in ancient history and the roots...More
One of the ancient Royal sites of Ireland.
Middle of winter, no tour guide, and the interpretive displays were closed for refurbishment …. so really just a mound on the hill !! Snow covered in this case !!
There is are two audio visual options...More
Went here to see Navan fort.lovely coffee shop.well priced and good variety available.live show was excellent with staff dressed in iron age clothing. Stayed in character throughout.very informative and learned a lot.kept teenage daughter occupied by saying she should be married at her age.fort is...More
Navan Fort just on the outskirts of Armagh, is a a very pleasant surprise. Steeped in history and well worth a visit, ideal for adults and children . Great interactive centre and a visit to an iron age dwelling, which was fabulous, well presented by...More
Navan Fort offers great views if the weather's good, and it was lovely lying on the grass looking up at the clouds. You don't have to buy a ticket to the Centre to visit the mound. Highlights of the Centre are the tour around a...More
I was really surprised at just how big the mound is. Apparently it is the remains of an iron age temple which was built as a sacrifice before being burned and buried. The endeavour of the ancient people of the area in pursuit of their...More