The Newtown Monuments consist of a large medieval cathedral, two monasteries and small church which mostly date from the early 13th century. They are situated just downriver from the town of Trim, separated by the medieval open field system known as the Porchfields.
St Peter & St Paul Cathedral and Victorine Priory
From M1 Motorway
At junction 10, take the N51 exit.
Continue onto R161 & continue onto Trim
Take the 1st exit onto Railway Street & continue onto R161 & continue onto Trim
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto N51 Continue onto R161 & & continue onto Trim
From Dublin M3
Continue onto Navan Road/N3, take exit onto R156
Merge onto M3, At junction 6, take the R125 exit
Continue to follow R154 towards Trim.
Newtown Trim is located on the north side of the road about two kilometres before Trim.
Free entry. Please respect Newtown as it is still in use as a burial ground. Dogs must be kept on leads.