The walking map has been beautifully illustrated by local artist Hannah Blake.

Illustrated new map of Slane highlights Slane’s rich heritage

The heritage village of Slane invites residents and visitors alike to explore its rich history and picturesque landscape with the launch of a beautifully illustrated walking map.

Illustrated by talented local artist Hannah Blake, the map showcases the village's iconic landmarks and scenic walking routes, offering an immersive experience for all who visit.

Designed to capture the essence of Slane, the walking map sponsored by Tankardstown House, features historical sites, and charming architecture, that make this village a hidden treasure in County Meath.

From the majestic Slane Castle to the tranquil banks of the River Boyne, things to do and places to stay, each illustration invites exploration and discovery, providing a unique perspective on the village's cultural heritage.

"We are thrilled to unveil this stunning walking map, a collaboration between Slane Tourism and the talented artist Hannah Blake," said Tadhg Carolan, Chair of Slane Tourism.

"It not only serves as a practical guide for exploring our village but also celebrates the beauty and character of Slane practically and appealingly."

Each of the historical landmarks and buildings were hand painted by Hannah separately using watercolour and formatted to create this useful map.

Residents and visitors can pick up copies of the illustrated walking map at the Hub, located in the heart of Slane. Whether embarking on a leisurely stroll or delving into the village's history, the map offers something for everyone, from seasoned adventurers to families looking for a day out.