Things to do in Louth

See our top things to do in Louth including lots of family fun activities.

Some great ideas for a family day out, weekend away, or for planning that holiday in Louth.

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the d hotel

Louth - the d hotel
Open for business

The award-winning d hotel is a luxury 4 star hotel on the banks of the River Boyne, centrally located in the heart of the medieval town of Drogheda, Co. Louth. This impressive waterfront location also includes the Scotch Hall shopping complex and is just a short 20 minute drive from Dubli

Scotch Hall, Marsh Rd, Drogheda, Co. Louth
Aura Leisure Centres

Aura Leisure Centres
Reopens 10 Aug '20

Aura offer a wide range of activities to keep your child active. They are home to Irelands best Swim Academy, teaching over 80,000 children to swim last year. From 3 months right up to adults theyhave swim lessons for every age and ability. Begin your childs swim journey in Swim Baby and

Dublin, Drogheda, Dundalk, Leitrim, Letterkenny, Navan, Trim, Tullamore & Youghal, Grove Island
StarCamp Summer Camps

StarCamp Summer Camps
Open for business

StarCamp is the Summer Camp the whole country is talking about What can you expect at Irelands Number 1 Summer Camp StarCamp offers a perfect mix of the following to provide maximum fun and confident, happy children; - Singing, dancing acting chart toppers, Disney classics movie favo

Nationwide - in all 32 counties
Carrickdale Hotel and Spa

Louth - Carrickdale Hotel and Spa
Open for business

Situated near the Cooley Peninsula, the Carrickdale Hotel is the perfect place to explore the local area including medieval Carlingford, Mourne Mountains and just over an hour to the Game of Thrones sites. The hotel itself has 113 bedrooms with onsite facilities including; - Swimming

Carrickcarnon, Dundalk, Co Louth
Battle of the Boyne Site

Louth - Battle of the Boyne Site
Reopens 10 Aug '20

The Battle of the Boyne between King William III and his father-in-law, King James II, was fought on 1 July 1690. Both kings commanded their armies in person. William had 36,000 men and James had 25,000 - the largest number of troops ever deployed on an Irish battlefield. English, Scotti

Drogheda, Co. Louth
Knockabbey Castle and Gardens

Louth - Knockabbey Castle and Gardens
Reopens 10 Aug '20

Witness a unique opportunity to see these gardens under their final stages of restoration. Spend an afternoon strolling through 30 acres which include wildflower meadows, herbaceous borders, a Victorian Flower Garden and restored glasshouse. Experience the peace and tranquillity of this ma

Louth Village, Co. Louth
Drogheda Town Market

Louth - Drogheda Town Market
Reopens 10 Aug '20

Drogheda Town Open Air Market takes place every Saturday morning in Bolton Square and Bolton St from 08.00 to 13.00. The market offers freshly grown farm produce, Fresh cakes and bread, vegetables, Fruit, flowers, clothing, hardware, toys, tools, jewellery and fancy goods on a wide range

Drogheda Corporation, Fair Street, Drogheda, Louth
St Peters Church

Louth - St Peters Church
Reopens 10 Aug '20

The Relic of the Head of St. Oliver and other bone relics and artefacts are housed here at the National Shrine to St. Oliver in St. Peters Church, West St. Drogheda. Without doubt, these are amongst the most important relics of the Irish Church, and many thousands of pilgrims from at home

Fair Street, Drogheda,Co. Louth