Excursion: Saturday 10th December: Tara and Navan Fort/Emain Macha (Royal Sites of Ireland serial property
The conference will take place in Dublin on 8-9th December. On Saturday 10th December as a formal part of the meeting there will be an excursion to Tara, Co. Meath and Navan Fort/Emain Macha, Co. Armagh to highlight the international significance of these sites and the wider Royal Sites of Ireland serial property, which is being considered for inclusion Ireland’s new Tentative List. Navan Fort/Emain Macha demonstrates the trans-national element of this property and the relevance of an all-island approach to discussions of heritage management.
While it is still in development the Indicative Excursion Programme is as follows:
NOTE: Excursion will be officially limited to two 50 seater coaches to facilitate management.
|Arrive at Tara||10.00 am|
|Presentation and tour of the Hill of Tara|
|Arrive Navan Fort/Emain Macha||2.30pm|
|Presentation and tour of Navan Fort/Emain Macha|
|Tea/coffee and snack||4.00-4.30pm|
|Depart for Dublin||5.00-5.30pm|
Please note that the excursion will include a visit to a site in Northern Ireland, which is in the United Kingdom. While there are no immigration checks at the border, participants are advised to familiarise themselves with any immigration or visa implications which may arise. If you are unsure, the UK Government website has a tool to see if you need a visa: Check if you need a UK visa – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk).