Drogheda Theory Test Centre

Drogheda Theory Test Centre Address

The location of the test centre for driver theory test candidates is:

Office Corner Building,
Dyer Street,
A92 F803



Drogheda is easily accessible from both the M1 motorway and the N51. The testing venue is located within relative proximity to the city centre, so there are multiple parking options. We’ve selected two of the best facilities, however, in the unlikely event that these units are full, you’ll be able to comfortably locate an alternative car park.

Peter’s Hill

The car park’s chargeable operating hours are Monday through to Saturday, 8.00 am-5.00 pm. If parking outside of these times, there is a requirement to pay. Please note that the maximum stay at the site is four hours, so if you’re planning to stay in Drogheda for a little while longer, it may be worth finding a different car park.

Parking costs €1.20 per hour (you can pay in €0.20 increments for additional ten-minute periods if you wish). However, please be aware that this car park only accepts cash payments. Disabled spaces are available at this facility.

The onwards journey to the test centre is a short, four-minute walk. Head southbound towards the river down Peter Street, and turn right at Dyer Street. The test centre is within the building on the adjoining corner of Peter Street and Dyer Street.


This car park is in close proximity to the test centre and is therefore ideally located. Its opening times are Monday-Saturday, 8.00 am-7.00 pm. Parking is charged at a rate of €1.30 per hour, with day payments capped at €8. So, if you need to be in Drogheda for an extended period, you won’t pay more than this maximum amount. Overnight tickets, should you require one, are available for €5.

Please note that this car park accepts both cash and card transactions, but unfortunately not contactless payments. There are disabled parking spaces available.

To reach the venue, please walk onto Dyer Street, and follow the road to its conclusion. The centre is on the corner to your left.


There are multiple internal and external bus services travelling in and out of Drogheda. Plenty of routes have stops nearby the test centre, and therefore you’ll have no shortage of options for accessing the site.

The key bus routes entering Drogheda from further afield are the 100X, 101, 190, Marshes Shopping Centre-Trinity College, and D1.

100X: This service runs from Dublin to Dundalk. If using this service, please alight at Drogheda Bus Station. The station is an easy, four-minute walk away from the test venue. Simply head up Meat Market Lane, crossing the bridge over the River Boyne. At the end of the road (passing the Haymarket Car Park), turn right onto Dyer Street. The centre is at the end of the road on the left-hand side.

101: Again, this route takes passengers between Dublin and Dundalk. Once again exit at the bus station, which is the last stop on this service. Please then follow the guidance above to reach the venue.

190: This is an eastbound route heading from Trim to Drogheda. Again, please leave the bus at Drogheda Bus Station.

Marshes-Dublin to Dundalk: If using this service, please alight at George’s Street, before embarking on an eight-minute westbound walk, through the town centre, to Drogheda Theory Test Centre.

D1: This bus travels in a north-westerly direction from the village of Laytown. Exit at the bus station.

If on a local service, the best alternative bus stop to the station itself is at Scotch Hall Shopping Centre. To access the test centre from here, please head over Shop Street bridge and continue walking for around 50m. The test centre is on the corner of Dyer Street, on your left-hand side.

Further route details for these bus services are available here.


Drogheda Macbride train station can be reached via a number of services. The station is situated a reasonable distance away from the test centre, but there is little time difference between taking a bus and walking.

If opting to travel by bus, please walk around 300m up Dublin Street, heading in a westbound direction, and locate the bus stop on your left-hand side. From here, take the D5 Aston Village service to St. Mary’s Church (opposite Scotch Hall Shopping Centre). Please then follow the same instructions given in the ‘local service’ notes.

For train timetables and station information, please visit the Irish Rail website.

Station address:

Dublin Road
Co. Louth

Opening Hours

The venue’s opening hours are:

Monday-Friday: 9.00am-5.00pm
Saturday: 9.00am-2.00pm
Sunday: Closed.