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Battle of the Boyne Living History Displays


Free of charge


11:00 am - 4:00 pm


Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre – Oldbridge Estate

Musket firing display at Battle of the Boyne

Plan a great family day out at the Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre, Oldbridge on Sunday July 23rd.

Witness Seventeenth Century military and social history displays featuring the skills of the Musketeer and Barber Surgeon. Also step back in time and explore the special Monastic Irish history display and demonstration featuring a Cistercian monk and Benedictine Scribe.

Displays take place from 11am to 4pm in the Visitor centre.


Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre
Oldbridge House
Co. Meath
A92 CY68

041 980 9950

Getting Here

Exit 9 on the M1 or via Donore Village

Obelisk Bridge Closure Notice.

Jon’s Civil Engineering Company Ltd on behalf of Louth Co. Co. are to carry out extensive rehabilitation works to the Obelisk Bridge on the L16014 over the coming next 10 months, from 21 August 2023.
Louth Co. Co. have arranged for a road closure.
The proposed date for closing the bridge/road is Monday 21 of August. Please note that the Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre and the Oldbridge Estate will be open as normal – access only via M1 Exit 9 or through the Signed Diversion Route through the Town of Drogheda.
Bus information:
TFI Local Link Route 188 Athboy to Drogheda will make getting around Meath and Louth by bus even easier. Route 188 will
operate 8 times per day, 7 days a week – creating a new connection to Kentstown and Duleek. Route 188 will provide improved
access to Brú na Bóinne (Newgrange) and the Battle of the Boyne as well as improved connectivity to regional bus services and
hospitals in both Drogheda and Navan.

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