Ireland: "Knowth is a complex of prehistoric passage tombs just west of Newgrange in County Meath. Dating from about 3000 BC, Knowth consists of a large central mound surrounded by several smaller ones. It has a rich collection of megalithic art, which includes over 300 decorated stones." The central mound contains two passage tombs (Not accessible to visitors, but the eastern passage can be glimpsed from an excavated chamber.)" Our guide was most informative & worth the time.
Tayto was born in 1954, when Joe ‘Spud’ Murphy invented the first cheese and onion flavour crisp! In those days, Tayto would sell 347 packets per day. Nowadays, Ireland’s favourite crisps sell around three-quarters of a million bags per day. The factory now operates out of Tandragee Castle, where it is possible to take tours. Who wouldn’t want to see crisps being made IN A CASTLE? Plus, there’s a chance you might even get to meet Mr. Tayto himself. Wowzers!