Between Navan and Dunshaughlin. This is a wide-open area of a few kilometres. Plenty of green fields and views. You can see the Cooley Mountains on a very fine day. It is a historical site – The High Kings sat there; St. Patrick was brought there in the 1798 rebellion. Also, apart from the history of the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age, the Hill of Tara is very famous for its Evie Hone-stained glass window, which can be seen at the church (visitors centre). Evie Home was an Irish painter and stained-glass artist. She is considered to be an early pioneer of cubism.
The ruins of a medieval Cistercian monastery between Navan and Trim at the banks of the River Boyne.