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The Trim Visitor Centre paints a vivid picture of the historical background of the magnificent medieval ruins of Trim in County Meath. There is also a great gift shop and coffee shop on site.

Trim Visitor Centre

Trim Visitor Centre is conveniently located beside Trim Castle. It is housed in the historical old town hall building. It houses the Medieval Armoury Tour, Trim Castle Tours in Winter and tourist information and a gift shop.

Medieval Armoury Tour

The Medieval Armoury Tour takes place here where history is brought back to life in an exciting way. All ages and interests will engage with and enjoy this tour. Meet a Norman Knight face to face, hold a real sword or wear Chainmail, this is a very interactive tour.

Trim Castle Tours

Summer Opening Hours (OPW Ticket Office at Trim Castle) Open daily Mid Feb - End Oct Winter

Opening Hours From November 1st to Mid February, weekday tours of Trim Castle Grounds will be organised by Trim Living History Group. Tours are at 10:00 and 11:00. Access to Castle Grounds are with the permission from OPW'S Friends of Irish Heritage.

Castle Keep is only accessible on Saturday and Sunday during November to February.

Tickets at ticket office at Trim Castle.

Visitor Centre and Tourist Information Opening times: Monday to Friday 09:30-17:30

The Visitor Centre also has provides tourist information for visitors to the Trim area and all around the Boyne Valley. A gift shop with local books and books on Ireland.

Tips from locals

From here visit St John's Priory ruin, circa 1202, 1.5 km east of the town centre, a short stretch of the legs.

Family friendly
Rainy days
Paid car parking
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Contact details
Town Hall,Castle Street,Trim,Co Meath,Republic of Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend 1 to 1.5 hours here.

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