The Conyngham Family would like to thank the local community and customers for their continuing support during the Covid-19 pandemic. We are delighted to be re-opened with our Outdoor Dining and Activities including a Food Truck, Bar & Taqueria in the Castle Courtyard as well as our Walking Trails. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the first Slane gig with Thin Lizzy in 1981 and we look forward to keeping that memory alive. Come see what we're working on!
The Courtyard at Slane Castle is transformed into a select cocktail and eats venue under generous marquee covering. Think relaxed, casual and fun times with friends and family, while music fills the air. That’s complemented by a casual Taqueria dining experience – Mexican tacos with a very special Roots at Slane twist. Sit back and enjoy The Courtyard experience.
Open: Friday - Saturday 4pm-11pm (last sitting 8.00pm) Sunday 2 - 8pm (last sitting 6.00pm)
Our Food Truck is open for takeaway refreshments and snacks every Wednesday - Sunday from 10am - 4.00pm. The grounds of Slane Castle will open at 10am with gates closing at 4.30pm sharp.
Only food and beverages purchased on site will be allowed to be consumed in the Food Truck and public areas.
Due to challenges of operating in the new environment within the constraints of a historic building, Browne’s Bar and The Gandon Room will remain closed.
Historical Tours & Walking Trail
Our Historical Tours are now running Fri - Sun which can be booked through this website by clicking the tours button on the homepage. Pre booking essential, tickets includes free admission to our Walking Trail
Walking Trail is now open Wednesday - Sunday 10am - 4pm. Admission is located at our Ticket Tent near Castle Courtyard. €3.00 per Adult and €1 per Child. The walk includes stunning scenery of the castle grounds and River Boyne with the memories of past concerts which we have had over the past 40 years at Slane Castle.
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Upcoming Outdoor Events
Coming soon . . . . . . .