A Better Place to do Business
The Liberties of Dublin has been a centre of enterprise and innovation in the city right back to its medieval origins. Looking to open a business? Discover the vibrant mix that’s already here.
Dublin’s ‘Must-See’ Area
Welcome to the historic heart of Dublin, and area steeped in heritage and character. Some of Ireland's best known visitor experiences and attractions can be found right here in The Liberties.
Have a look back at some of our top posts from over the years.
After a longer than expected build due to Covid lockdowns, the new community park at Bridgefoot Street is being officially opened by Lord Mayor of…
The Cork Street Fever Hospital was built between 1801 and 1804 by Henry, Mullins & McMahon to designs by Samuel Johnston. The hospital was the…
The former graveyard to the rear of St Catherine's Church on Thomas Street, which is now a park, is one of the more historic spots…
Adam Millar established a distillery at 10 - 13 Thomas Street in the 1840s - one of the plethora of distilleries and brewhouses which operated…
One of The Liberties most emblematic buildings spent much of the Covid lockdowns, locked down under scaffold. The mammoth reroofing of Saint Patrick's Cathedral, completed…
Situated in Dublin’s Liberties on the southside of Dublin, the Fairbrother’s Fields Housing Scheme, now known as part of the wider “Tenters” area, is bordered…
Kevin Street Library returns to public use after an extensive refurbishment
With the return of one Lord Iveagh to The Liberties, its worth a look back at the enormous legacy of the Guinness family to the…
Prior to 1800 there were several waterpowered mills in Dublin 8. Overlooking the River Camac is the Kilmainham Mill complex, which once formed part of…
Four of the area's historic graveyards are getting new leases of life under a series of conservation plans.
Dublin City Council conference will shed light on the fascinating origins of The Liberties
The upsurge in development in Dublin has finally reached Dublin 8 - Irish Independent