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Dublin Castle

This vast complex comprising of several buildings and yards used to serve as a seat of the British government of Ireland.

Dublin Castle, 2 Palace Street Dublin 2, Ireland

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Opening Hours

State Apartments and Medieval Undercroft:
Mon - Sat: 10 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Sun, Public Holidays: noon - 4:45 p.m.

The Chapel Royal:
Mon - Sat: 10 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Sun, Public Holidays: noon - 4:45 p.m.

Revenue Museum:
Mon - Fri: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

The Chester Beatty Library:
May 1 - Sep 30: Mon - Fri: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Oct 1 - Apr 30: Tue - Fri: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

The Garda (Police) Museum: closed until further notice

All of the attractions are closed on Good Friday, Dec 24-28 and Jan 1.

Admission

State Apartments and Medieval Undercroft:
Self Guiding Prices:
Adults: €6.50
Students with ID, seniors: €5.50
Children (under 12): €3
Children (under 6): free

Guided Tour Prices (50 minutes duration):
Adults: €8.50
Students with ID, seniors: €6.50
Children: (under 12): €3
Children (under 6): free

The Chapel Royal: accessed by guided tour only, as part of the castle tour.
Revenue Museum: free entry
The Chester Beatty Library: free entry

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Attractions near to Dublin Castle

  • Guinness Storehouse

    Explore the brewery where your favorite Guinness stout is made. There are seven floors full of interactive and hands-on exhibitions here.

  • Temple Bar Dublin

    Very vibrant quarter which has kept its medieval charm and is famous especially thanks to the numerous bars and restaurants.

  • Saint Patrick’s Cathedral

    This Gothic cathedral was constructed in 1191 as a Roman Catholic church. However, in 1870 it was newly dedicated Church of Ireland.

  • Trinity College Dublin

    One of the world's top universities and also Ireland's oldest one, founded in 1592, it consists of 25 schools.

  • Christ Church Cathedral Dublin

    The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity was founded in 1030. It has an amazing crypt which dates between 1172–1173.

  • Grafton Street

    A popular shopping street, also one of the most expensive ones in the city. Whether you think about coffee or accessories, you'll buy it here!

  • Old Jameson Distillery

    Learn about the story of how your favorite whiskey was made. Right in the original distillery where it was produced from 1791 to 1966.

  • Ha'penny Bridge

    When in Dublin, take a walk on the pedestrian bridge across the Liffey River which once substituted the former ferry transportation.

  • St Stephen's Green

    Centrally located, yet very calm. This municipal park has a garden for the blind, a sizeable lake with a waterfall and many statues around.

  • George’s Street Arcade

    Stroll through this Victorian-style indoor market which houses 50 stalls selling a wide range of products.

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