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The Táin March is a fantastic event with plenty of fun and entertainment available for people of all ages and walks of life.

What to wear

Everyone taking part on the march is encouraged to get into the spirit of the march and wear the dress of the time (Circa 1 A.D.). Men and women, boys and girls all marched in Maeve’s army.

Chariot in Dundalk

There were chieftains, soldiers, blacksmiths, kings, queens, weapon makers, cooks, scouts, princes, princesses, young and old. Everyone marched!
Women were equal to the men, and some women were soldiers and warriors too. 

Visit our "Making Celtic Clothing for the Táin March" page for a simple guide that will help you make some Celtic clothing to wear.  

The Tain March what to bring

What to bring

A rucksack would be good, we will carry these by vechicle coming behind you, you can have access all day.

Good walking shoes or boots, but disguised with cloth.
Iron age clothes and weapon. 

Visit our "Táin March 2014 - Walking Route Ardee to Carlingford 6th-8th June" page for an overview of the walking route for the 3 day march.


You can book your own bed & breakfast accommodation along the route close to stop-overs. We will get you there, and collect you. 

Accommodation ithe local Area: 

bullet-orange Louth Holidays Website  

bullet-orange Carlingford and Mourne Website

bullet-orange Carlingford & Cooley Peninsula Tourism Website 

Get invovled Contact Form 

Please use the form to send your query re. participating in the annual Táin March. Get Involved Contact Form 


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