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Slane

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Welcome

Things To Do

Slane is an idyllic village in a beautiful part of County Meath, Ireland just 30 minutes north of Ireland’s capital city, Dublin.

It is situated in the heart of the Boyne Valley, one of the most historic and picturesque regions in Ireland.

There is so much to see and do, details of all you can see here on our website.

Sports

National Heritage Sites

Museums & Galleries

Karting

Horse Racing

Golf

For All The Family

Fishing

Cycling

The Boyne Valley

Ireland’s Ancient East

Slane is the perfect place to begin your adventures in the Ancient Boyne Valley

Things To Do

LOCAL HERITAGE SITES

From the iconic Hill of Slane, to the ancient site of Newgrange, Slane and the surrounding Boyne Valley has an astounding amount of Heritage sites to visit.  

Francis Ledwidge Museum

Slane Castle

Knowth & Dowth Tombs

Battle of the Boyne

Monasterboice High Crosses

Old Mellifont Abbey

Hill of Slane

Ardmulchan Church

Donaghmore Round Tower

Hill of Tara

Newgrange

ACCOMMODATION

Slane Tourism

From Camping to Luxury Country Estate Hotels, Slane has something to suit every holiday

Visitors Stories

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I felt part of something historic

As the first chords rang out across Slane Castle, I felt part of something historic. The iconic venue, bathed in the golden hues of the setting sun, was electric with anticipation for Harry Styles. With the crowd singing in unison, it was a collective celebration of music, old and new. Harry didn’t just perform; he connected us, threading his songs with the castle’s storied legacy. The event was more than a concert; it was a confluence of the past and present, a testament to Slane Castle’s timeless allure. Leaving the grounds, the melodies lingered, and I knew this experience would be a tale retold for years to come.

Name: Clara Rodríguez
From: Glasgow, Scotland
Visit Date: 2023-06-10

The Spirit of Slane

Slane’s heart beats in its music. As a music lover, attending a concert at Slane Castle was a dream come true. The electrifying atmosphere, set against a backdrop of historical grandeur, created an unforgettable experience. I spent days meandering through the quaint streets, discovering artisanal shops, and soaking in the vibrant culture. It’s not just a place; it’s a feeling that stays with you long after you’ve left.

Name: Lydia Murray
From: Toronto, Canada
Visit Date: 2023-10-12

A Slane to Remember

From the lush greenery that paints the landscapes to the friendly chatter that fills the streets, Slane is a village that charms you instantly. During my weekend stay, I explored the historic Slane Castle, its sprawling grounds whispering tales of yore. I indulged in local delicacies at the village market, with the apple tart being a delightful treat. The highlight, however, was the warmth of the people, always ready to share a story or lend a helping hand.

Name: Eoin Gallagher
From: Cardiff, Wales
Visit Date: 2024-01-04

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Things To Do

EATING OUT

Embark on a culinary journey through Slane, where every meal is a celebration of taste and tradition.

Our ‘Where to Eat’ directory serves as your personal guide to the most mouth-watering destinations in the heart of Co. Meath.

From rustic eateries to elegant dining, each spot offers its own slice of Slane’s rich gastronomic landscape.

Staff Picks

George's Patisserie

Browne's Bar at Slane Castle

Conyngham Arms Hotel

Brabazon Restaurant

The Grangegeeth Inn

The Village Inn

Inside Out

News & Events

WHAT’S HAPPENING?

All the latest News & Events from around Slane village.