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South Great Georges Street , Dublin 2

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+353 1 283 6077
enquiries@laydengroup.ie

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Georges Street Arcade

The Georges Street Arcade is a much loved landmark for Dubliners and Visitors alike retaining its architectural integrity, its unique shopping atmosphere and its special Dublin personality of warmth and humour. With over 50 shops and stalls the Georges Street Arcade has everything - cutting edge fashion for men/women and children, gifts galore, hairdressing, fortune telling, curios, collectables, and antiques.

Music, art, reading or chic coffee houses and restaurants, whatever your interest the Georges Street Arcade has it all.

South City Markets (more commonly known as Georges Street Arcade) was Dublin’s first purpose built Victorian Shopping Centre. Tragedy was to befall South City Market on August 27th 1892 when the massive city fire of that date devastated the whole building. The Centre was re-built in the same style, using local labour and craftsmen, and was re-opened on September 13th 1894 and has traded continuously since then.
 



Georges Street Arcade

ADDRESS

South Great Georges Street , Dublin 2

CONTACT

+353 1 283 6077
enquiries@laydengroup.ie

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The Georges Street Arcade is a much loved landmark for Dubliners and Visitors alike retaining its architectural integrity, its unique shopping atmosphere and its special Dublin personality of warmth and humour. With over 50 shops and stalls the Georges Street Arcade has everything - cutting edge fashion for men/women and children, gifts galore, hairdressing, fortune telling, curios, collectables, and antiques.

Music, art, reading or chic coffee houses and restaurants, whatever your interest the Georges Street Arcade has it all.

South City Markets (more commonly known as Georges Street Arcade) was Dublin’s first purpose built Victorian Shopping Centre. Tragedy was to befall South City Market on August 27th 1892 when the massive city fire of that date devastated the whole building. The Centre was re-built in the same style, using local labour and craftsmen, and was re-opened on September 13th 1894 and has traded continuously since then.
 



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