Planning your visit

We are delighted to once again be able to welcome visitors from near and far to the historic Hill of The O’Neill.

After more than four months of closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the site has reopened with a series of changes designed to ensure the safety of visitors and staff alike.

As part of our staged reopening, tours will operate from Wednesday through to Sunday with reduced numbers, a maximum of five people on each to allow for social distancing, with eight time slots available each day. Families or bubble groups can be accommodated upon request, and will receive their own dedicated slot. Please book your tickets in advance of your visit through our website or reception.

The whole of Ranfurly House will operate on a one way system, with access only through the main entrance at the top of Market Square, and comprehensive signage is in place throughout to ensure a smooth visit and making social distancing easy for all staff and visitors.

An enhanced cleaning schedule remains in operation, all touchpoints and surfaces cleaned regularly over the course of the day, with hand sanitising stations available for use throughout the buildings.

The vast outdoor areas have also been enhanced, with additional planting and maintenance making them an ideal spot for a family picnic or stroll in a safe and secure environment. Patrons can also take in the stunning views from the 360 degree glass viewing tower.

We have worked hard to ensure a safe and secure environment for our staff and visitors, so all you have to do is to follow the guidance provided and enjoy your time with us.

Within this section, you will find everything you need to know when planning your trip to the Hill of The O’Neill, and we can’t wait to welcome you for a trip deep into the past.

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