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ADDRESS

City Hall, Dame Street , Dublin 2

CONTACT

+353 1 222 2204
cityhall@dublincity.ie

PRICES

Adult: €4
Child: €2
Senior / Student / Unwaged: €2
Family: €10
Group: minimum number 10: €3 each

WEB

www.dublincity.ie/dublincityhall

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Dublin City Hall Exhibition- The Story of the Capital

The Story of the Capital Exhibition in the atmospheric vaults of Dublin city Hall is an exciting multimedia exhibition which traces the evolution of Dublin City.

Treasures of the city such as the Great Sword and mace of Dublin and the Lord Mayor's chains come together with video medieval manuscripts, interactive computer displays and period costumes to tell the story of the Capital city. The exhibition takes just one hour and tells over 1000 years if the history of this unique and ever changing city. From trade to war, Dublin has had a colourful past. Learn all about it at Dublin's City Hall.


Facilities:

Fully wheelchair accessible, Coffee shop, Gift shop, Toilets, Baby - changing, Audio guides available in 6 languages, Conference facilities available.

How to Get There:

By foot: A 5 minute walk from Trinity College en route to Christ Church Cathedral.
By bus: 50/50A/54/56A/77/77A/77B/123/150
10 minutes walk from the Jervis stop on the LUAS Red Line

Download Visit Dublin’s Georgian Insider Guide to find out more about Georgian Dublin.


 



Dublin City Hall Exhibition- The Story of the Capital

ADDRESS

City Hall, Dame Street , Dublin 2

CONTACT

+353 1 222 2204
cityhall@dublincity.ie

PRICES

Adult: €4
Child: €2
Senior / Student / Unwaged: €2
Family: €10
Group: minimum number 10: €3 each

WEB

www.dublincity.ie/dublincityhall

Share

The Story of the Capital Exhibition in the atmospheric vaults of Dublin city Hall is an exciting multimedia exhibition which traces the evolution of Dublin City.

Treasures of the city such as the Great Sword and mace of Dublin and the Lord Mayor's chains come together with video medieval manuscripts, interactive computer displays and period costumes to tell the story of the Capital city. The exhibition takes just one hour and tells over 1000 years if the history of this unique and ever changing city. From trade to war, Dublin has had a colourful past. Learn all about it at Dublin's City Hall.


Facilities:

Fully wheelchair accessible, Coffee shop, Gift shop, Toilets, Baby - changing, Audio guides available in 6 languages, Conference facilities available.

How to Get There:

By foot: A 5 minute walk from Trinity College en route to Christ Church Cathedral.
By bus: 50/50A/54/56A/77/77A/77B/123/150
10 minutes walk from the Jervis stop on the LUAS Red Line

Download Visit Dublin’s Georgian Insider Guide to find out more about Georgian Dublin.


 



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