Days Out Louth


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Drogheda Leisure Park
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Drogheda Leisure Park
Bowling, football & astrotots will keep the kids entertained for hours.
Funtasia Waterpark and Funtasia Bettystown - Drogheda
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Funtasia Waterpark and Funtasia Bettystown - Drogheda
Enjoy fabulous family fun at Funtasia Waterpark and Funtasia Bettystown, the home of great days out and brilliant birthday parties. Try Funtasia wonderful waterpark, themed birthday parties, fantasy bowling, sky climb, crazy golf, magnificent play area, casino and loads and loads of...
Knockabbey Castle & Gardens - Louth Village
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Knockabbey Castle & Gardens - Louth Village
Knockabbey Castle & Gardens have been one of Ireland's best kept secrets. In 1998 these sleeping gardens were purchased by Cyril O'Brien. Currently under major restoration with the aid of the Great Gardens of Ireland Restoration Fund, these...
Omniplex Cinema - Drogheda
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Omniplex Cinema - Drogheda
Irelands leading Film Exhibition group are currently located in Armagh, Bangor, Carrickfergus, Cork, Derry, Drogheda, Dundonald, Enniskillen, Galway, Limerick, Lisburn, Newry, Clonmel, Santry, Tralee Tullamore and Wexford. Boasting the latest in projection and digital sound technology, Omniplex Cinemas have become the standard...
The Pirates Den - Dundalk
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The Pirates Den - Dundalk
Indoor soft play centre. High Season is during School Holidays and Summer Note: Opening from 11:30 on all Bank Holidays   Day Low Season High Season Mon Closed 11:00 to 6:30 Tues 11:30 - 12:30 (Parent & toddler morning) also Open 2:00 to6:30 Closed 1 to 2...
County Louth  is a county on the east coast of Ireland.  Louth having been the smallest of the original counties, the county actually takes its name from the village of Louth.The county town of Louth is Dundalk. The majority of the county's population live eitheir in Dundalk or in the town of Drogheda.

County Louth is the smallest County in Ireland, also known as "the Wee County".