A beautifully-preserved building from the early eighteenth century. Opened as Ireland’s first public library in 1707, the original oak bookcases house more than 25,000 rare and fascinating books and the Library features year round exhibitions. Famous past readers have included Jonathan Swift, Bram Stoker, and James Joyce. Children particularly welcome, but do beware of the ghost of the Archbishop.
A not-to-be-missed gem for visitors to the city. Located beside St Patrick’s Cathedral.
Marsh’s Library welcomes visitors of all ages and backgrounds. Visitors are asked to pay an entrance fee of €5, with €3 for students and senior citizens. There is no charge for children under 16. Those on Jobseeker’s Allowance or Benefit are admitted free.
St. Catherine's Church is a vibrant, protestant community church who have been based in the heart of Dublin city (beside the Guinness Storehouse) since the…
Dublin's oldest pub dating to 1198
Parish church on Francis Street. The church contains wonderful interiors and features stained glass windows by Harry Clarke studios and a stunning Pieta altar piece…
Visit Christ Church Cathedral, one of the top tourist attractions in Dublin. Every year thousands of visitors come through our doors to either visit a site of unique heritage or to celebrate with us in our liturgies.
Ireland's National Cathedral for the Church of Ireland and a feature of Dublin's skyline since the 13th century.
The National Archives collects, manages and preserves the public record of Ireland, ensuring its availability both as a resource and to safeguard citizens’ rights.