Dublin Mountains Community Archaeology Project 2023

A diverse range of prehistoric, historic and industrial archaeological sites and monuments survive across the Dublin Mountains. These include megalithic tombs, prehistoric earthworks, early medieval churches and medieval castles, all of which are accessible along the Dublin Mountains Way. The Dublin Mountains Community Archaeology Programme 2023 is a programme of public outreach and education promoting this archaeological landscape to local communities and people who use the mountains.

Managed by Abarta Heritage and Archaeology and Built Heritage Ltd on behalf of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council, South Dublin County Council and the Dublin Mountains Partnership, the 2023 programme and will include guided walking tours and community talks in multiple locations, along with targeted training events designed to encourage communities to engage in the promotion and protection of archaeology in the region. All events will be free to attend. For more information follow:

Facebook: Dublin Mountains Community Archaeology

Instagram: @dublinmountainsarchaeology

Twitter: @DMCA_2023

The Dublin Mountains Community Archaeology Project is funded by the Heritage Council, South Dublin County Council, Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council and the DMP.

December 1st a walk with the Dublin Mountains Community Archaeology Team

Booking via Eventbrite, link below

Join us for a walk at Tibradden Forest on Friday, 01st December at 11 am (weather permitting). Limited tickets are now available for a guided walk to discover more about the storied landscapes of the Dublin Mountains. For more information and to book your ticket, please click the link below:



Community Archaeology Talk in Glencullen on 18.10.23

Community Archaelogy Talk in Tallaght Library on 13.11.23

Dublin’s Megalithic Mountains

Archaeology Sites in the Dublin Mountains

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