Boyne Valley Tours

SedanPrivate Day Tour to the Boyne Valley in Ireland's Ancient East. Highlights of the Boyne Valley include Newgrange a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Celtic Royal site on the Hill of Tara, the round tower and high crosses at Monasterboice and Trim Castle the largest Anglo Norman Castle in Ireland. Personalised service with collection at your hotel or cruise ship in the Dublin / Meath / Louth area.

Trip AdvisorPrivate guided tour in a Skoda Superb sedan or Mercedes minivan.

Book direct for Discounted Prices

Discounted Prices apply when tours booked directly with Boyne Valley Tours. Admission Fees not included in tour price, lunch stop can be arranged, but cost not included in tour price.

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Trip Advisor Michael was so easy to converse with the entire day and truly created an itinerary that was special to us. We are sincerely grateful for our day of tour and it will be a memory of a lifetime thanks to Michael's experience, insight and patience - it made for an exceptional day, highly recommended! - Melodee, Portland, Oregon, USA.  More ...

Michael is very friendly, considerate and knowledgeable, and it was an exceptional, action-packed day. The car he drove is very comfortable, and he organized things so that we never felt rushed. Highly recommended to anyone who wants to see sights near Dublin - Stuart, Arlington, USA.  More ...

Michael was a fantastic private tour guide who truly made our time in Ireland memorable. As a guide, Michael was friendly, prompt, and made sure we saw as much as possible without making us feel rushed or exhausted by the end of the day.  More ...

Cruise Ship Shore Excursion

Private Shore Excursion to Newgrange and the Boyne Valley direct from Dublin Port Cruise Ship Terminal. Private transport in a Skoda Superb Sedan for up to three passengers or Mercedes Minivan for up to seven passengers.  More ...



Wonderful aerial views of the river Boyne and the 5000 year old passage tombs at
Dowth, Newgrange and Knowth.



Hill of Tara

Hill of Tara

The Hill of Tara in the Boyne Valley is ceremonial site associated with kingship rituals. From the time of the first Gaelic influence until the Norman invasion in the 12th Century, the Hill of Tara was Ireland's political and spiritual capital. The King of Tara represented a very old ideal of sacred kingship in Ireland, imbued with mythical aura. Many Kings of Tara were also High Kings of Ireland.   More ...

Fourknocks

Fourknocks is a passage tomb on a smaller scale to Newgrange, however it is a much more intimate site. There is no visitors centre and seldom anyone else around to disturb the peaceful atmosphere. Spend as long as you want inside the chamber, studying the wonderful megalithic art or in quite meditation.  More ...

Loughcrew

Guided tour of the 5000 year old Cairns dotted on the hills around Loughcrew. See the stone age symbols carved on the backstone of Cairn T which is illuminated by the rising sun at the equinoxes (March and September).  More ...

Day Tours from Dublin

Private Day Tours out of Dublin to the Boyne Valley, home of the Newgrange World Heritage site, Glendalough and the beautiful scenery of Wicklow, the Irish National Stud and the Japanese Gardens in Kildare.  More ...



Ancient Ireland’s Mysterious Tombs, an article printed in the New York Times.

John L. Stoddard's account of his visit to Newgrange and the Hill of Tara in 1901.

Boyne Valley Tour as described in 'The Charm of Ireland', published in 1914.