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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.
Navan Fort, dating excitingly back to different eras (at least, early Iron Age) is situated in a walking distance from Armagh town. I would like to suggest that visit the small museum, take a guided tour and then climb to the hill.
Spend a few very enjoyable hours here learning about our descendent from around two thousand years ago. Your taken on a guided tour of their village by a lady dressed as they would have being. We were shown how they make all their weapons and...More
Visited Navan centre on Wednesday for coffee as i had long drive ahead of me lovely surroundings very clean and well kept ...can't say that for inside ladies toilets where flithy mirrors not cleaned either was toliets ...restaurant tables not clean and floor dirty cutlery...More
We came here as a group of 8 including adults and children we didn’t have any prior information on the place.
Every member of staff we encountered were really lovely, from the receptionist, actors and tour guide. This place is really informative and talks about...More
What an amazing afternoon we spent at Navan Fort.The welcome we received by Ciaran was genuinely warm and truely friendly.The girl in the cafe was also polite and made us feel very comfortable. We moved on to the outside hut and what a fabulous experience...More
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