Right in the centre of town is the Tholsel , an 18th-century limestone town hall, now occupied by the Bank of Ireland.
St Peter's Roman Catholic Church
Displayed in a glittering brass-and-glass case in the north transept, the shrivelled head of St Oliver Plunkett (1629–81) is this...
The 13th-century Butter Gate, just northwest of Millmount, is the only surviving genuine town gate in Drogheda. This tower, with its...
Drogheda Arts Centre
Drama, music, comedy, film and visual art take to the stage at Drogheda's lively arts centre, which runs regular hands-on workshops such...
Despite its slick appearance this contemporary bar and bistro is very child-friendly and serves a good but predictable menu of comfort...
Lonely Planet review
With a cosy interior and sunny courtyard, this wine bar and bistro has a great selection of Mediterranean starting platters, and fish and meat-based mains like pan-fried sea bass and braised lamb shanks, plus a long wine list.