Newgrange Blog Post

Posted by Jamie Fisher
It’s the shortest day of the year today. Some lucky people got to witness the sun’s first rays creep along the ancient chamber of Newgrange Tomb in Co Meath. If you weren’t so lucky but are fascinated (like us!) by the culture that built this structure you might enjoy our short film about Newgrange:

Christmas

Posted by Jamie Fisher
As we approach Christmas, it’s worth remembering that people have been celebrating this time of year for thousands of years in Ireland. The shortest day of the year is the 21st of December and it’s no coincidence that the festival of Christmas falls close to this date. Winter Solstice Newgrange passage tomb in Co Meath, one of our most...