St Patrick's Cathedral Church
St Patrick's Church
Almost everything commercial in Trim is on or near Market St. That huge steeple you see just south belongs to St Patrick's Church, parts...
The local burghers dedicated this column to Arthur Wellesley, the first Duke of Wellington, in recognition of his impressive career:...
Proof of Trim's medieval importance, this remarkably preserved edifice was Ireland's largest Anglo-Norman fortification. Hugh de Lacy...
Pop in for a drink on the spacious riverfront terrace. It gets crammed at weekends when there's live music.
Cooked-to-order dry-aged steaks from local abattoir/butcher Coogan's are the stock-in-trade of this always-packed restaurant, but...
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St Patrick's Cathedral Church information
That huge steeple you see belongs to St Patrick's Cathedral Church, parts of which dates to the 15th century, although it wasn't granted cathedral status until 1955. Take a look at the beautiful stained-glass windows, including one showing St Patrick preaching on the Hill of Tara. Hours can vary depending on religious services and events.