Book a guided walking tour to discover the extraordinary and mysterious megalithic monuments of West Wicklow.
Visit stone circles, ringforts, ancient graveyards, or passage tombs and hear about the history and engaging legends associated with them. Learn about the mysterious Tuatha De Danann and the fascinating heroes of old. Get away into nature to explore our ancient past.
Just 1 hour from Dublin in West Wicklow, 5000 years ago stone age communities constructed intriguing megalithic monuments. The area of Baltinglass and surrounds is the most populated area in the whole of Europe for megalithic sites. These sites are hidden gems, untouched and wild, not to be missed.
What the guests have to say
A wonderful experience. Nicky led us through a magical landscape featuring an incredible intensity of ancient and not so ancient sites featuring stone circles, ogham stones, amazing raths, burial grounds, religious and spiritual sites, holy wells all in a beautiful forest landscape. Nicky was knowledgeable on local folklore, myths and legends and put the archaeological sites in context in a wonderfully engaging way. Highly recommended.James Jameson
Exceptional knowledge of area including history, easy walk & very enjoyable overallDiane
A lovely tour in a ancient landscape. Nicky has a great knowledge of the heritage in the area and also a great knowledge of the paths. Safe hands.Declan
A very worthwhile informative tour, in a place of amazing archaeological interest with excellent guidance from Nicky who brought us to sites that would otherwise have been very difficult to find. Highly recommended.JJ
We really had a super day out. Nicky is a treasure trove of information. I was born not far from this area and didn’t realise the importance of the area. We met lovely people on the tour which was an extra bonus. Do go on this tour and you will be pleasantly surprised. Brendan and ColleenBrendan
Nicky, was a great host, very knowledgeable and great storytelling. We walked and she would tell the story which made it a great way to understand the land. Definitely if you can take the tour.John
A must for all Irish History enthusiasts.Carina