Meath is has one of three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Ireland, The passage tombs of Brú na Bóinne are 500 years older than the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. Trim Castle is Ireland’s Largest Anglo-Norman Castle, It is also the place where the film Braveheart was shot. Samhain, the ancient Celtic Festival that we now call Halloween, originated in Co. Meath at the Hill of Ward
Trim Castle is a Norman castle on the south bank of the River Boyne in Trim, County Meath, Ireland. With an area of 30,000 m², it is the largest Norman castle in Ireland.
Whatever the beliefs held by the prehistoric people who fashioned Brú na Bóinne, they expressed them ingeniously on a stunning scale: fusing breathtaking feats of engineering, architecture, artistry and astronomy into a complex of monuments – Which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Hill of Tara, It is the wealth of history and legend associated with Royal Tara as the ancient spiritual and political Capital of Ireland, and its central place in Irish History, which attracts ongoing, national and international interest
Legend has it that during the time of the Tuatha Dé Danann, the hill took its name from a sun goddess called Tlachtgla. She was the daughter of the druid, Mogh Ruith and in one legend Tlachtga died giving birth to three sons; Dorb, Cuma and Muacth and was buried on the hill.