This town in County Meath is situated 25 miles from Dublin . Because of its historic buildings and monuments, Trim was designated as a Heritage Town by Failte Ireland. The town used to be the centre of Norman power at its peak.

Trim Castle , the largest medieval castle in Ireland, was founded by Hugh de Lacy in 1173 and was destroyed a year later by Rory O'Connor. The castle you see today was the replacement built around 1200 AD.
You have probably already seen Trim Castle in the Oscar winning film Braveheart. The scenes where the Scots storm York Castle - they are in fact storming Trim Castle.

window.jpg Today, the bustling town of Trim has much to offer the visitor on their Ireland vacation. There are three golf courses in the area for the enthusiasts as well as a horse riding centre, a pitch and put as well as many walking trails.
The Meath Heritage and Genealogy Centre , located on Mill Street will be able to assist those of you that are seeking information on family heritage . The centre is open from Monday to Friday.

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