The Battle of the Boyne was fought between the forces of the deposed Catholic King James II of England and those of the Protestant King William III in the 17th Century.
The Battle resulted in a victory for William and turned the tide in James's failed attempt to regain the British Crown. The history of the battle can be explored through re-enactments and detailed displays in the Visitor Centre’s exhibition. Self-guided (no cost) walks that follow the Battle’s events are clearly marked. While there, visitors enjoy the Tea Room Pavilion or strolling around the Victorian walled gardens. The Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre in Oldbridge House is just a six min drive away from Daly’s.
All travel times are by car and approximate.
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