At Tuatha we love Ireland, and we want to share our passion for place with you. We want to help you to see the country in the way we do – as a place steeped in stories, with something special to discover around almost every corner.
Tuatha was founded by the experienced archaeologist Neil Jackman. Neil is the author of acclaimed guidebooks on Ireland’s Ancient East and the Wild Atlantic Way, as well as other publications, papers and articles.
While carrying out research for his guidebooks, Neil found that there was a lack of trustworthy and accessible sources available for the general public. And as someone interested in sustainable tourism, Neil noticed that a lot of visitors to Ireland were just visiting the big name monuments, like the Rock of Cashel or Blarney Castle, then heading straight off on the motorway again. In rushing to their next stop, they pass wonders all along the way, and miss out on some wonderful hidden gems.
Tuatha exists to bridge that gap. We want to provide an engaging, informative and practical guide and resource for people who want to really get under the skin of Ireland. We encourage slowing down and going deeper into the landscapes and stories that surround us.