Brú na Bóinne is one of the world’s most important prehistoric landscapes. At the time of its construction it was the largest manmade object in existence and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and top tourism destination. With growth in visitor numbers, this complex attraction had outgrown its infrastructure and could no longer cope with demand. Our expert cultural team reimagined the site logistically, interpretively and experientially, creating a breath-taking evocation of a unique place and time.
Our masterplan drove a new, more seamless visitor experience and an immersive, other-worldly narrative design that is both magical and mystical. A prehistoric forest comes alive and leads you into a filmic evocation of daily life 6,000 years ago. The experience brings you face to face with Brú na Bóinne as its creators would have known it – in all weathers, from dawn to dusk, season to season.