Boyne Valley Tour

Boyne Valley Tour Package

Visit Boyne Valley in Ireland with Ireland At Your Leisure to experience stunning viewsand historic monuments.

Boyne Valley Private Tours

The Boyne valley is home to Ireland and one of Europe’s richest megalithic sites. It contains Brú na Boinne which is over 90 significant archeological sites set over a 2500 acre area. It contains Trim Castle, the largest and most original Anglo Normal castle from the late 12th century. It also has the Hill of Tara, the seat of the ancient High Kings. These are the big ticket items. Outside of that you have great little lesser know gems, such as the High Crosses at Monasterboise, Lough Crew Cairns, Kells, The Fourknocks, Bective Abbey, Melifont Abbey, The Hill of Slane. On our tours we like to combine the big ticket items with some of the lesser known ones as well as calling into some of the crafters and small businesses along the way. For example, we can stop in Slane Castle which has its own distillery and a great story. We stop in Boyne Valley Wools owned by farmers Alison and Pat Gogan. They sheer their own rare breed sheep and they use the wool to create some absolutely beautiful garments.

Take Me Away From The City

Have you never been to The Boyne Valley? Last year 1.5 million people from all over the world visited The Boyne Valley. Now it is your turn. Tell your friends and family you are taking them on an extralling journey steeped in mythology, folklore and views that you thought were only in your dreams. Tell them you are going to be part of an adventure where they can see and touch and taste the fruits of a different world. Tell them this world is less than an hour from their door and the best part is that this magical tour begins when the stylish, chauffeur driven Mercedes 8 seater pulls up outside their door to take them to this other world. Tell them this place of fantasy and renown will tickle their taste buds and tempt them into territories they have never seen before. This fantastic tour is brought to you by Ireland – At Your Leisure. We are a small, family, tour company nestled in The Boyne Valley and rooted to The Táin Trail. Sit back, relax and take the special people in your life on a trip they are sure to love. All ages welcome so tell your nana and grandad, mum and dad, son and daughter and tell them about the magic that is about to unfold outside their door. Whisk them away from the city and get them out exploring the beauty of The Boyne Valley countryside and beyond.

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Boyne Valley Day Tour

Suggested Itinerary for The Boyne Valley (Can always be modified depending on personal preference – see the Options below)

9.30am: Tour of Bru na Boinne tour Nowth and Newgrange

We will collect you at 8am in Dublin. Tour a 5000 year old passage tomb 1000 years older than Stonehenge and The Pyramids of Giza.

2pm: Stop at Slane Castle

Famous for its rock concerts and whiskey distillery.

12.30pm: Boyne Valley Wools

Visit a local Craft shop, meet the animals that provide wool for their handmade products that can be browsed.

3pm: Walk On The Hill Of Tara

Visit the seat of the ancient high kings of Ireland. It is place of ritual and ceremony and full of folklore and mythology.

1pm: Muradoch’s cross

Short drive over to Monasterboise home of Muradoch’s cross. Most significant and impressive High Cross in Ireland. At 1:15pm, we will stop for lunch.

4pm: Trim Castle

This castle is a huge bastion of limestone. It hasn’t been adapted or modified since the 12th Century. You will return to Dublin by 5pm.

Other Great Tour Activities To Choose From:

We have lots of fun activities for all personality types.

The Fourknocks

5000 year old passage tomb.

Melifont Abbey

Ruins of 12th Century Monastic site.

Slane Castle

Gorgeous Neo-Gothic Castle with its own whiskey distillery and annual rock concerts.


Home of The Book of Kells and ancient High Crosses.

Bective Abbey

Medieval Monastery and Manor House.

Hill of Slane

Stunning views from the site where St. Patrick lit the Pascal Fire.

Boyne Valley Wools

Traditional Irish farm and craft shop.

Lough Crew

Magnificent location of 30 megalithic sites with a vista across the northern half of Ireland. 4500 years old.