Megalithic sites in Ireland have a profound effect on many people, drawing them in with a sense of wonder and curiosity. Some are interested in these structures from a historical or scientific perspective, while others view them as sacred and make pilgrimages to them. This research study aims to explore the spiritual experiences of individuals who have visited these sites and the impact these experiences have had on their lives. The study utilizes the descriptive phenomenological method developed by Giorgi (2009) to identify the essential psychological components of such experiences as reported by participants. Through this inquiry, the research aims to uncover related themes and deeper meaning in spiritual experiences at megalithic sites. The findings of this study may be valuable to humanistic researchers, spiritual seekers, and mental health professionals, adding to the growing field of ecopsychology, spirituality, natural philosophy, and phenomenological research. This research may also offer insight and support for individuals seeking connection to a deeper sense of meaning and purpose in their lives and address symptoms of anxiety, stress, and depression.