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Great Guided Tour

If you're visiting The Ceide Fields, it's much more beneficial and informative to do the guided... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
RetiredGent60
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County Meath, Ireland
Breathtaking Beauty and Mind Blowing Remnants of a 5000 year old Community!

My fiancé and I visited the Ceida Fields on this most recent visit to Ireland. Would recommend to... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
lisa t
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New York City, New York
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Reviewed 1 week ago

If you're visiting The Ceide Fields, it's much more beneficial and informative to do the guided tour. And it's not too expensive. The Interpretive Centre is very informative and ic cleverly constructed with the steps down from the roof outside the building. The academic thinking...More

Thank RetiredGent60
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My fiancé and I visited the Ceida Fields on this most recent visit to Ireland. Would recommend to anyone in the east of the country. The trip to the Fields is spectacularly beautiful. The place itself has a very informative exhibition and a wonderful guided...More

Thank lisa t
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Having last visited twenty years ago with my daughter, I wanted to come back with my granddaughter. The three of us had a wonderful time. Before we even entered the attraction we stood and admired the views. In front if us we admired the beautiful...More

Thank UrsD1963
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is the best preserved Neolitic settlement in the world - dating as far back as 3500 BC, when the area was forested, and the climate was much warmer. There is evidence of settlement here of many different peoples, some even from as far away...More

Thank Quasimama
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Interesting afternoon spent at the ceidhe fields. Tour guide was knowledgeable and friendly. Five euro per adult won't break the bank either! Worth a visit if in the area.

1  Thank dja874
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We thoroughly enjoyed this attraction with a small museum and would very much advise taking the tour. There's not so much you can see of the actual field system, but during the tour a lot was explained about how and why these fields were built...More

Thank E S
Reviewed 16 August 2017

This is an historic site but it requires a feat of imagination, as there's not a lot to see. The majority of the neolithic walls are buried under the peat, with a line of posts to mark the course of some of them. The walls...More

Thank L3K
Reviewed 14 August 2017

We watched the video before taking the guided tour. Our guide was very knowledgeable and the history was very interesting. Outstanding scenery on the tour and from the visitors centre. The staff on duty were very friendly and helpful. Would recommend a trip.

Thank 17holiday1234
Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

Stopped here whilst touring the area, needed toilets and something to eat. Cafeteria was very clean and spacious. Soup served was very good, as was the cheese and ham panini which I had. The staff were very helpful and friendly. The food I had was...More

1  Thank Trehwfa38
Reviewed 30 July 2017 via mobile

We came here not really knowing what to expect but had a fantastic visit. The exhibition in the visitor centre is very informative. To get the most out of the trip you really need to watch the 20minute movie and go on the tour of...More

Thank ClaireLaois
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msgrumps
24 July 2017|
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Response from Jim D | Reviewed this property |
Not a lot. All on pathways, so not too strenuous. If it gets too much just head back to the visitor centre - you're never too far away.
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