The Cathedral stands majestically as a memorial to our historic past. But it stands for much more. A historic cathedral such as this lifts us out of the realm of things and circumstances which change into the realm of things which are eternal and do not change. It gives us a sense of perspective both in space and time and it brings us face-to-face with our faith in God through Christ, who alone can give our lives true meaning and lasting satisfaction. Learn more about the life and history of the Cathedral.
The Edward Worth Library is an early eighteenth-century collection.
Explore Dublin's Viking origins with this multimedia exhibition and visitor attraction
Its officially known as Church of St Augustine & St John the Baptist, but to most Dubliners its called John's Lane Church and its spire…
A self guided trail through the former Power's Distillery, now National College of Art & Design
IMMA, the Irish Museum of Modern Art, occupies the historic Royal Kilmainham Hospital.
Saint Nicholas of Myra is an impressive classical church, designed by John Leeson in the late 1820s with the portico and bell tower added in…