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Hill of Tara (Temair)

Ireland
+353 86 794 8366
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  • Excellent45%
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  • Average16%
  • Poor3%
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Definitely a must see in Meath however don’t expect too much. The ability to see several counties on a clear day when standing on top of the hill is a sight to see. Other than the mounds themselves there isn’t a lot else to see...More

Thank Maccers2015
Reviewed 1 week ago

I went with some friends on a motorcycle tour of Ireland. Adjacent to the hill is a small church and graveyard, a few building and small coffee shop. Upon arrival the first thing I noticed were scruffy campers containing dreadlocked "New Age" travellers who were...More

Thank Lawmand
Reviewed 1 week ago

This hill is where Irish Kings were crowned or spread influence and where (maybe?) St. Patrick influenced a King to convert and got the ball rolling so to speak. There is a nice former church nearby with a film presentation that charges--sort of a rip,...More

Thank tak309
Reviewed 1 week ago

You can truly feel history in the earth at Tara; this is where the kings of Ireland were crowned for centuries. The site contains several burial mounds and large fields perfect for assembly, even some Christian sites. Also, some very good views of the surrounding...More

Thank Jon G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I must say that I was a bit underwhelmed. A few hills with a big grass field that would be a nice golf course. An interesting graveyard. There were a lot of bike riders coming through and stopping for refreshments, so that was actually more...More

Thank bradziker1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

While I don't regret going to the Hill of Tara, as other reviews said, there really isn't much here and if you don't have a guide or book telling you what you are seeing it doesn't seem like much other then a flat top of...More

Thank spiesner
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The seat of the high kings of Ireland famous in Irish myth and legend, this is a large Neolithic site now mostly a with many British hill forts just earthy banks high lights however include hall of hostages and the stone of destiny

Thank CharlesGraham79
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Walking up the Hill of Tara, at first light, with low, dark clouds, misty rain, high winds and no one else in sight, was a moving experience. Druids, Celts and early Christians came here to anoint their leaders. The upright stone is a stand-in and...More

Thank CTHSherry
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We had been to Ireland 3 times before, but never gone here. Our cousins insisted and we set off one morning for the short drive. It did not take long for the rain (soft day) to start and by the time we got out of...More

Thank 17KAG
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I loved the Hill of Tara. I went with my mother to visit one evening while staying nearby in Kells. There is a church outside, but we paid little mind to it for it costed money and frankly isn't our thing. We didn't go with...More

Thank Kat W
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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 !!!
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