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Kells Heritage Town Audio Guide
Explore this wonderful heritage town with your free Kells Heritage Town Audio Guide.
This audio guide to the Heritage Town of Kells in County Meath will introduce you to Kells rich history and tell you the story of how Kells developed from an important monastic settlement founded by St. Colmcille in the sixth century, where the world famous Book of Kells was completed in the ninth century, how it became a medieval market town for Norman settlers and how Kells became the wonderful town it is today.
The story of Kells, where history and heritage is part of modern daily life.
This audioguide was produced in conjunction with Kells Tourism Forum, visit their website for more information about this wonderful town.
Journey through the heritage town of Kells
Our audio guide will lead you through this ancient town from the time of the Saints and Scholars to modern daily life. Our guide includes tracks about:
- The Old Courthouse
- The Market Cross
- St Johns Cemetery
- Kells Town Hall
- Parnell Garden
- Oliver Usher’s Auction Rooms
- Monastic Site
- St. Colmcille’s House
- Bective Square
Things to do in County Meath
When you have finished listening to our audio guide to the heritage town of Kells, here are some other things you can do in County Meath:
- Visit Brú na Bóinne – one of the world’s most important prehistoric landscapes
- Visit the Spire of Lloyd, just outside Kells – a wonderfully unusual inland lighthouse
- Visit the atmospheric Rathmore Church, situated just outside Athboy
- Take a stroll on the Hill of Slane, a place steeped in Irish myths, legends and history.