While we could name 1,000 things to do before you die in Ireland (we could name a 1,000 just in Northern Ireland alone), here are the top ten things to do in the Emerald Isle before you pass.
It was lights on at Newgrange for the Winter Solstice as what's possibly the oldest clock in the world, is captured in a spectacular new light.
Exactly 26 years after the Brú na Bóinne was dubbed a UNESCO World Heritage Site a new immersive visitor center has opened bringing to life the Neolithic tombs, built in c 3,200BC.
New archaeological study of the River Boyne discovered 100 items of interest including possible longboats and boulders, meant for the 5,200-year-old monuments of Newgrange and Knowth.
Irish myths, legends, and Irish horror stories and spread throughout the country. Take a tour of mythological Ireland this Halloween to really spook yourself out.
Stone Age, Bronze Age and medieval farmsteads unearthed along with spectacular structure just meters from 5,000-year-old County Meath ancient attraction.
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From County Antrim to County Kerry, there is so much to see and do in Ireland! Here's IrishCentral's guide to the top attractions for visitors.
Are you planning to visit Ireland? What about seeing some history and beautiful countryside in Ireland where few tourists go?
From Newgrange to Glendalough - attractions in Ireland that can genuinely leave you with a life-changing experience
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Larry Kirwan looks back at his solo album “Kilroy Was Here”
Nathan Carter makes huge New York City debut
Tributes pour in for Seamus Mallon, former deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland