Return of the Hounds to the Boyne ValleySaturday 1st December at 1pm

Return of the Hounds to the Boyne ValleySaturday 1st December at 1pm

The Boyne Valley Visitors Centre welcomes the Irish Wolfhound Society of Ireland with their wonderful Irish Wolfhounds for a Heritage History Walk on Sat 1st December. We encourage members of the public, tourists, and everyone to come along and experience what will be a memorable spectacle when this ancient breed assembles in front of Old Bridge House.
The Irish Wolfhound is a breed which is intertwined with the myths and legends of Ireland and with the Irish nation. Brun na Boinne (Boyne Valley) was their ancient home where they hunted large game and became famous for their size, strength, courage, beauty and loyalty.
Come and see for yourself these gentle giants, the magnificent hounds of Ireland, the Kings & Queens of the canine race.
Warm clothing and wellies/boots are recommended for the walk.
The Tea Pavilion at the centre serves light meals, speciality teas and coffees in beautiful surroundings.
The Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre is located on the South bank of the River Boyne, 3km north of Donore Village. The site is sign-posted from the  M1 (Dublin/Belfast), Exit 9, off N51 (Slane/Drogheda).

 

 

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