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Hill of Tara (Temair)

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This was part of a local tour. The "hill" is historical but rather plain if one does not know the historical significance. Includes a statue of St Patrick, small church, the hill [dicey walk if raining] and that is it.

Thank Sunrunner45
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Even if you don't care about the amazing history of this place, just walking around gives you gorgeous views. There's a beautiful sense of peace here. And alot of dog poo, so be careful where you step. We were there before 9am, before all the...More

Thank ppw
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had some difficulty finding the Hill of Tara as we travelled some "back roads" to get there, but any troubles were worth it. It is a beautiful, large green area but as we were there before the Visitor Centre opened, we had only the...More

Thank Betty668988
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My wife and I visited Hill of Tara on our way from Dublin to Belfast. It was one of the best things we did on our whole trip. Loved this place! There isn't much remaining, but to think we stood where the medieval High Kings...More

Thank surfercharlie
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

i brought my puppy here to run around and he loved it,Great for walk or the culture to see, lovely food here if your having lunch.

Thank CatherineCull
Reviewed May 20, 2017 via mobile

Went here on a trip for the day. Parking quite difficult on busy days. Nice little cafe cup of tea decent cake but very busy. Interesting tour in the nearby church on the way to Tara Hill to see the Stone of destiny. Not wheelchair...More

Thank Alan F
Reviewed May 20, 2017 via mobile

Like most of these ancient sites, an education about the place in advance would help. Pretty much an open field with burial grounds. Love the deep history, but I need to learn more about the pace. Beautiful views from here. It would be a great...More

Thank Sully3219
Reviewed May 9, 2017 via mobile

Over 8000 on either side fought the great battle there. The church that has now been changed into a visitor center was built centuries ago. The architecture of the castles come through and the mounds offer a time to reflect on all the lives lost....More

Thank Dave O
Reviewed May 3, 2017 via mobile

Wasn't sure what to expect at this site, but I found the site itself to be impressive and worth the visit. It is well protected and prisons, hats off to the OPW. I gave it 4 out of five as I feel the visitors centre...More

Thank Nicola M
Reviewed May 3, 2017

A beautiful place to walk and enjoy the fantastic views. Historic and great for kids, it is a great place to get some air in your lungs. You can then pop into Maguires for a bite to eat or a coffee. A brilliant place to...More

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I'm planning on taking hiking boots and Keen sandals. I'm taking a tour bus and also seeing Newgrange (Bru Na Boinne).. are the hiking boots necessary/the better option or would the sandals suffice? Thanks!
May 31, 2016|
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Response from ErininOkeechobee | Reviewed this property |
Boots, the sheep and cows are prevalent on the Hill of Tara and you wouldn`t want any residue between your toes. LOL SERIOUSLY !!!