Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Newgrange and Hill of Tara Day Trip from Dublin. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Neat to experience the Newgrange an its ominious chamber. Our professor driver certainly made the manosterboice celtic crosses come to life!!!!
Both sites were absolutely amazing. The coach was clean, the guide was excellent. I learned a lot about Famine history and our guide even sang to us in Gaelic on the way back to Dublin!
If only it had not rained all day. Side trip to Monasterboice came to life with our guide who was excellent. I'd highly recommend this side trip.
You must see Newgrange, it is stunning, and this tour was a good way to see the countryside, and get a lot of interesting information from the very good guide. If you only go one place in Ireland it should be Newgrange!
Soren Stuhr M
A perfect trip and an extremely well educated guide. I would do this trip again at any time, as I had the time of my life!
Our tour guide was absolutely amazing! She had fresh and entertaining commentary the entire way which was a long time. I didn't know much about Newgrange before going and learned quite a bit, and the graveyard where the crosses are is just amazing! I would recommend it to anyone who likes taking pictures of landscape as well.
United Arab Emirates
It rained that day, but otherwise the sites were eerily beautiful!
This tour was spectacular. The guide was very knowledgeable and informative. The scenery was wonderful.
Seeing a 3500 year old burial site from the inside was a great experience. Would highly recommend this trip.
I loved this. It was very educational and full of history and the tour guide was awesome.
The guide was amazing, very insightful! Out of the 5 tours I took, this one was by far one of the best. Don't go to Ireland without seeing this!
Just to be around something so Old is the most amazing thing to experience. It was great. Definitely worth the 45.
Nice guide, interesting things to see, but almost too professional.