|Opw - Bru Na Boinne (Newgrange And Knowth) |
Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre, open in 1997, is designed to present the archaeological heritage of the Boyne Valley, which includes the megalithic passage tombs of Newgrange and Knowth. The Centre is the starting point for all visits to both monuments, and contains extensive interpretative displays and viewing areas. All visitors wishing to visit Newgrange and Knowth must begin their visit at the Visitor Centre. There is no direct access to these monuments. All admission tickets are issued at Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre. All groups of 15 or more must book in advance. Groups which have pre-booked are expected at Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre at the appointed time, not at the monuments.
Donore, Co Meath ( 041 9880300 )
|Opw - Hill Of Tara |
Though best known as the seat of the High Kings of Ireland, the Hill of Tara has been an important site since the late Stone Age when a passage-tomb was constructed there. Tara was at the height of its power as a political and religious centre in the early centuries after Christ. Attractions include an audio-visual show and guided tours of the site.
Navan, Co Meath ( 046 9025903 )
| Express Bus offer a wide range of packages and destinations for your school tour. As part of School Tours this season we are running a very special promotion for the children who travel on each one of our Tours. The ‘FIND THE PANDA’ promotion for Schools gives each child a finger puppet with up to ten to collect. If a child finds the elusive ‘Pete the Panda Puppet’ they get all ten finger puppets.
Express Bus have a long track record in transporting children and child safety is paramount on our tour. Check out some of our amazing packages and destinations here|
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( 01 8221122 )
| We have 3 School Tours to choose from: Paddy Madden Interactive SESE Discovery Trail, Discover Primary Science & Maths Trail and a Regular School Tour. The Interactive Discovery Trail covers Horse museum, Stud Farm, Japanese Gardens, and St. Fiachra’s Garden. Discover Primary science & Maths Trail a Tour Guide takes the children around the Stud Farm, then the Teacher takes the children on a nature trail through St. Fiachra’s Garden. The regular tour is where the children are met by a Tour Guide and they are taken on a tour of the Stud Farm which is both educational & fun.|
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Tully, Kildare ( 045 521617 )
| Situated in the beautiful countryside of the Wicklow hills you can spend a whole day wandering around this family farm in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. With loads of attractions to check out, the day will be packed full of things to do and will keep the kids fully occupied. Visit two full sized mazes, three traditional farming museums, wild nature walks, ponds and abundant wild-life, farm animals, treasure hunts and a fairy tree walk for toddlers, kids playground, a craft shop and tea-rooms with home baking, this farm is a fantastic day out. The Irish Times designated it a Heritage Hot Spot stating that “it’s an antidote to urban living within easy reach of Dublin”.|
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Rathdrum Wicklow ( 0404 46000 )
|Opw - Corlea Trackway Visitor Centre Kenagh, Co Longford (043 22386)|
|Opw - Glendalough Visitor Centre Glendalough, Co Wicklow (0404 45325)|
|Opw - St Mary's Visitors Centre Gowran, Kilkenny (056 7726894)|