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- Myself and my partner got a fantastic tour around the Abbey this morning by Karen, such a historic, spiritual and peaceful place. Highly recommended.Written 19 July 2022
- Beautiful church with daily masses, a choir and daily confessions. The architecture is amazing and the church well-preserved in part by keeping the heavy doors locked except for 8-1130 every morning. The local population is demonstrably proud.Written 20 September 2021
- What a pleasure to meet Cara and hear about her lovely home. We really enjoyed our time here and left feeling really delighted that we had been. There is something so much more inviting about visiting a home rather than a monumentWritten 5 August 2022
- Really enjoyed our day out in Funtasia, staff were very helpful and friendly, would highly recommend!Written 31 December 2021
- I visited for tea with a friend. It is so close to drogheda yet so serene and peaceful. The gardens are absolutely beautiful and the tea rooms are so cosy. There is not much choice on the menu but it is worth going for the gardens alone and we enjoyed an apple tart and spinach pastry. We had a stroll around the grounds after and saw owls, ducks, chickens, horses and dogs. The grounds are so nice to walk around. I will definitely be visiting Listoke again in the future.Written 8 May 2019
- St. Laurence's Gate, which led to the Friary of St Laurence, is widely regarded as one of the finest of its kind in EuroSt. Laurence's Gate, which led to the Friary of St Laurence, is widely regarded as one of the finest of its kind in Europe. It consists of two lofty circular towers, connected together by a wall, in which there is an archway. Visitors can appreciate the spectacular dimensions of the mediaeval walls south of the gate at Featherbed Lane.The attraction is worth seeing until today in very good condition.Written 6 November 2019
- We really enjoyed to see how skillful are those kids under the age of 14. Great paintings.
In the other hand private art collection by Raphael Hynes was good but we liked most Carey Clarke, brilliant canvas oil landscapes paintings. Thanks to Highlands Gallery for the chance to visit the exhibition.
Monica&AlexWritten 20 September 2020
- Lovely church to pray peacefully or go to Mass. I like to go to pray to St. Anthony and give him the donations I had promised him if he answered my request!Written 18 August 2020
- My wife and myself recently visited the TLT in Drogheda for a Luke Kelly tribute show, it was a fantastic night as the performance by Chris Kavanagh and his group was up there with the best of themWritten 20 January 2020
- Absolutely love the monastic site at Monasterboice. Muirdeachs High Cross is magnificent. It features in most Irish school History books and with good reason as it utterly majestic. Very well preserved too considering it's age. The North and West Crosses are also beautiful as is the round tower that dominates the site. The grveyatds and church ruins are so peaceful and serene.
There's a small hut on the way in that was closed on our visit as it's out of season but I'd imagine it may sell souvenirs or even guided tours in summer? There's a decent sized free car park across the road opposite the entrance path and toilet facilities are available.
It's well signposted but it's a bit off the beaten track down tiny back roads. Trust the signs and you'll see the round tower looming as you approach.Written 10 March 2019
- Great to be out and experience the lovely walk along the Boyne river and to get in the feel of the vastness in a truly beautiful area!Written 5 June 2019
- This is in the northest part of Drogheda there are two stories and a spiral staircase. Again worth a visit to appreciate the tower and locaion,Written 18 May 2019
- A lovely selection of shops all within walking distance of parking, Plenty of coffee shops to chose from. This was my first visit but definitely won't be my lastWritten 31 March 2017
- Simply stunning. The Parish itself is very beautiful and very calming
I was taken aback by its stained glass window's and just the magestic of it all I have some wonderful photos but cart upload them just yet.Written 24 November 2019
- The Drogheda Gaelic Grounds is where Louth currently play their home matches and it is the home of O'Raghallaighs Gaelic Football Club.
It was voted in an online pole on a well known Irish website as the worst intercounty stadium in the land and having visited recently, I can see why. As a club ground it is fine and fit for purpose, but for intercounty games it is hopelessly inadequate in my opinion.
There is a very, very small stand on one side of the field, the other three sides just have grassy knolls to stand on, pretty disastrous on a wet and mucky day I can tell you! Toilet facilities are a bit medieval and catering is non-existent unless you count the ladies with the prams and foldout table flogging chocolate and sweets.
I enjoyed my visit but it doesn't blind me to the stadiums inadequacies. in fairness, I know there were plans to redeveop the place as Louth know it is not up to intercounty standards. Those plans have been shelved in favour of building anew home somewhere else as far as I know. It would be great for the county.
Now, having said all that, if you visit the Gaelic Grounds for a regular club game then it has a nice, parochial feel to it. Despite the one star in terms of woeful facilities and lack of modernity, would I recommend you visit if there's a game on? of course I would.Written 14 March 2019
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