Sights & Attractions in Dublin Environs

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Name Category Location
 
Butler's Gate
One of the city's original 11 entrances, Butler's Gate predates...
Architectural Sites Drogheda
 
Cnoc an Linsigh
An attractive area south of Summerhill, Cnoc an Linsigh's forest...
Forests Trim
 
Drogheda Museum Millmount
It was in Millmount that the townsfolk made their last stand...
Museums / Galleries Drogheda
 
Laracor
In the village of Laracor, 3 km (2 miles) south of Trim on R158...
Towns Trim
 
Meath Heritage Centre
If your ancestors are from County Meath, take advantage of the...
Libraries Trim
 
Newtown Abbey
East of Trim on the banks of the River Boyne, Newtown contains...
Religious Sites Trim
 
Royal Mint
Facing the river is the Royal Mint, a ruin that illustrates Trim's...
Archaeological Sites Trim
 
St. Laurence's Gate
There were once 11 passages through the city walls, but the 13th-century...
Architectural Sites Drogheda
 
St. Patrick's Cathedral
This church dates from early in the 19th century, but the square...
Religious Sites Trim
 
St. Peter's
A severe church within an enclosed courtyard, the 18th-century...
Religious Sites Drogheda
 
St. Peter's Church
The Gothic-Revival Roman Catholic St. Peter's Church houses the...
Religious Sites Drogheda
 
Summerhill
One of the most pleasant villages of southern County Meath, Summerhill...
Towns Trim
 
Tholsel
This bank building has an 18th-century square granite edifice...
Financial Institutions Drogheda
 
Trim Castle
The largest Anglo-Norman fortress in Ireland, Trim Castle dominates...
Castles / Palaces Trim
 
Victorian Railway Viaduct
Among the town's landmarks is its long railway viaduct, which...
Architectural Sites Drogheda
 
Yellow Steeple
On a ridge overlooking Trim Castle, the Yellow Steeple was built...
Archaeological Sites Trim
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