Welcome to our Gallery page - where you can see lots of different glimpses of Ireland's Ancient East and the Boyne Valley.
Symbol of Ireland's sovereignty, where 142 High Kings ruled Ireland from for thousands of years.
Ireland's largest Anglo-Norman castle, built in 1176 AD and used in the filming of “Braveheart".
The site of St. Patrick's Paschal Fire in 433 AD, after which the High King did not oppose his preaching.
One of Ireland's oldest inhabited towns, Kells, is most famous for its Book of Kells.
Also known as Sliabh na Caillí, Hill of the Witch, Ireland's largest Neolithic grave site.
Cistercian Abbey where Hugh de Lacy was initially buried & film location for Braveheart. Courtesy Colm Gogan.