St Mary's Abbey & Talbot Castle
Across the River Boyne from Trim Castle are the ruins of the 12th-century Augustinian St Mary's Abbey , rebuilt after a fire in 1368 and...
Just northwest of the St Mary's Abbey building is the 40m Yellow Steeple, once the bell tower of the abbey, dating from 1368 but damaged...
Proof of Trim's medieval importance, this remarkably preserved edifice was Ireland's largest Anglo-Norman fortification. Hugh de Lacy...
This award-winning historic pub dates from 1904 and offers trad-music sessions (Monday and Thursday), live bands (Friday), and DJs...
The eclectic menu at this buzzing, laid-back local favourite spans seafood pasta to teriyaki chicken with noodles and fajitas.
Sheep Gate information
Part of the 14th-century town wall stands in the field to the east of the abbey, including the Sheep Gate, the lone survivor of the town's original five gates. It used to be closed daily between 21:00 and 04:00, and a toll was charged for sheep entering to be sold at market.