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Best things to do in County Louth

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Bar
“One of the best restaurants in north-Louth. Old fashioned Irish kick-knacks & items cover every surface of the ceiling and walls. Has a lot of character and outdoor seating. Gets very busy so book in advance at the weekends.”
14 locals recommend
Amusement Park
“Leisure complex with waterpark, bowling, roller-skating, crazy golf, rock-climbing, casino and food.”
18 locals recommend
Premise
“Slane Castle, Home to the Conyngham Family, Exclusive Weddings, Famous Concerts and now Slane Irish Whiskey distillery open to the public.”
9 locals recommend
Establishment
“Brownes Bar for food and drinks Gandon Room Restaurant Modern Irish Cuisine Closed Monday to Wednesday”
9 locals recommend
Café
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“Casual vegetarian cafe, lovely for breakfast, lunch or coffee and a pastry. Organic grocer on site too.”
7 locals recommend
Bar
“Traditional pub in Carlingford. Live music at the weekend. Great spot for a creamy pint of Guinness.”
10 locals recommend
Bar
“One of the most popular restaurants in Drogheda and has featured on many national best places to eat lists. Definitely book in advance. ”
8 locals recommend
Hotel
“Luxury County House Hotel with superb restaurant. We can accommodate groups of ten in three apartments for that special wedding.”
6 locals recommend
Sublocality Level 1
“Site of famous Battle of the Boyne, 1692. Great little museum, battle reenactments, beautiful walled garden, canal walk and cafe”
7 locals recommend
Rv Park
“A beautiful spot about an hour's drive out of Belfast. You'll see Carlingford Lough, Warrenpoint and Carlingford old town which is in the Republic. A beautiful border region. Drive up to the second car park and walk from there. ”
5 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Monasterboice was founded in the 5th century by St. Buite, one of St. Patrick's original followers. Today the impressive set of ruins contains a graveyard, two churches, a sundial and a round tower. The site is best known for its collection of High Crosses. There are three fine examples most notably the South Cross (or Cross of Muiredach) and the West Cross (or Tall Cross). These crosses depict stories from the Old and New Testament that would have been used to educate early Christians. ”
4 locals recommend
Bar
“Great place to have a drink or see a show upstairs! Everything from Comedy, Rock, Jazz, etc. Very entertaining venue. Might have to book tickets online to attend shows. Check the website or facebook page. ”
2 locals recommend
Music Venue
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“Brubakers by day is a quiet bar were the football is normally played on large screens by night there is normally a que out the door. Having 2 different floors and 5 bars brubakers is were you would go for a good nice, it also has a seperate section were live music is normally played and then after 12 they start 80s music”
1 local recommends
Campground
“Long-established very popular adventure centre. They cater for almost every type of outdoor adventure activity imaginable - orienteering, water-sports, hiking, obstacle courses. They especially accomodate a lot of team-bonding sessions, ice-breakers, hens & stags groups etc.”
5 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Just a short drive from Slane village on the Drogheda road and close to Newgrange.”
7 locals recommend
Cinema
1 local recommends