The Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre gives an in-depth insight into the battle between King William III and his father-in-law King James II in 1690.
The Visitor Centre is housed in the restored 18th century Oldbridge House on the banks of the River Boyne. Here you can learn the story of one of the most important battles in Irish history, and see models of the battle brought to life through narration and lasers. Plan your visit around the historical reenactments where guides dress up in replica costumes and recreate the famous battle.
Enjoy a walk around the gardens and discover the natural amphitheatre, walled garden and parkland, or relax in the tea pavillion and enjoy the flowers.
Visitor Centre Opening Times
May - September
Daily 10.00 am - 4.30 pm
October - April
Daily 9.00 am - 3.30 pm
PLEASE NOTE: Car Park and Main Exit Gate will be locked at 6pm sharp. A call-out fee will apply for vehicles still parked in car park after the 6pm deadline.
* Please note that the Visitor Centre, Main Gates & Car Park may be closed due to weather conditions. Please contact the Visitor Centre at 041 980 9950 to avoid disappointment.
Visitor Centre | Audio Visual Show | Original and replica 17th Century weaponry displays | Laser battlefield model | Tea Pavillion | Gift Shop | Toilets | Walled garden | Self guiding walks through parkland and battlesite.
For further information please visit www.battleoftheboyne.ie
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