Living History Weekend
Sat 14th May / Sun 15th May
11am – 4pm each day
This will be a special Living History Weekend with reenactors on site of famous wartime events and stories, and with crowd interaction.
Tank Spins Available (additional fee)
Inflatables Area (additional fee)
Hot Food & Beverages
No Advance Booking Necessary / Pay On The Day
€10 per ticket
Saturday 14th May 11am – 4pm
Sunday 15th May 11am – 4pm
PLAN YOUR VISIT
Find us at the Irish Military Museum And Park at Starinagh, Collon, Co. Meath, just minutes off the M1, Exit 11 (Dunleer / Collon).
From the M1 Motorway
Take Exit 11 off the M1 Motorway (at Dunleer/Collon). Proceed through Collon in the direction of Slane for 1.5 kilometres. Turn LEFT at the first crossroads (DPD is on the corner). The Irish Military Museum And Park is approximately one and a half kilometres on the left.
From the N2
Proceed through Slane Village and another 6.5 kilometres towards Collon. Turn RIGHT at DPD. The Irish Military Museum And Park is approximately 1.5 kilometres on the left.
Having trouble finding us? Put our Eircode A92 V4K7 into the Google Maps app on your phone.
Local Accommodation and Camping
For some extra family fun, why not camp a night or two at the Irish Military Museum And Park?
Our private camping grounds are set on six acres and offer shower and cooking facilities alongside options for both tents as well as drive-in and hook-up amenities for camper vans and caravans on request. Exclusive zones for family groups are also available on request.
Fire up the barbecue for a relaxed summertime vibe, enjoy a game of football in our vast green fields, and roast marshmallows over a roaring campfire.
Please email us or phone to book your campsite for a safe, secure and enjoyable camping experience.
Alternatively, there are plenty of accommodation options within a relatively short distance from the Irish Military Museum And Park in surrounding areas such as New Grange and Slane, and a little further afield in Drogheda and Navan.