The 13th-century Butter Gate, just northwest of Millmount, has a distinctive tower and arched passageway.
Set in a beautifully converted 19th-century monastery, this gallery has a permanent collection of contemporary art, plus regular...
This tower played a dramatic role in the 1922 Civil War, when it was Drogheda’s chief defensive feature and suffered heavy shelling from...
WM Cairnes & Son
Cavernous, contemporary WM Cairnes & Son has a winning riverfront location, live music from Thursday to Monday, and craft beers on...
Located in the Highlanes Gallery , this split-level cafe serves a stylish range of focaccia, bagels and gourmet sandwiches, including...
2 South Quay · interesting places nearby
Sage-green on the outside and cranberry-coloured inside, Drogheda's best restaurant is aptly named for its shiny open kitchen. Organic local produce is used along with worldly ingredients such as Cypriot haloumi and Spanish Serrano ham. Breads are made on-site and there's an excellent choice of wine by the glass. Don't miss the salted-caramel baked Alaska for dessert.