Ardmulcan Church

Ardmulcan

The ruins of Ardmulchan Church are on a magnificent elevated site overlooking the River Boyne. Dating from the 13th Century, the church’s remains include at the west end a square bell tower. The tower’s ground floor is well preserved with an elaborate stairway. The site has magnificent views of the Boyne’s historical landscape especially the ruins of Dunmoe Castle.

Ardmulchan was an important defensive site overlooking the River Boyne between Navan and Slane for Hugh de Lacy the Norman Lord who conquered and occupied the Boyne Valley area in the late 12th century. A substantial Norman motte was constructed at Ardmulchan on which the Church Tower still stands.


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View of the River Boyne from Ardmulcan Church
View of the River Boyne and Dunmoe Castle from Ardmulchan Church


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International +353 87 8354805

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