Dublinia Visitor Centre

dublinia visitor centre

Dublinia Visitor Centre is located at Christchurch in the heart of Dublin city and is one of Dublin’s Top visitor attractions offering an excellent day out for families and friends. The centre is an educational and interactive learning experience, detailing the history of Dublin through Medieval and Viking exhibits.

Viking Dublin and Medieval Dublin take the visitor back to life in the old city; highlights include a trip to a Viking house and a chance to learn the myths and mysteries of the Vikings, while the Medieval Dublin exhibition includes a busy market, with live characters, a rich merchant’s house as well as finding out all about death and disease in Medieval times.

History Hunters brings the exhibitions full circle and shows the visitor how we learn about Dublin’s past. Magnificent artifacts are on display, including the skeleton of a medieval woman with tooth problems! Discover the Lab and test your knowledge in the Time Detectives. See Dublin from a new perspective and come away knowing more about its citizens throughout the ages!

Dublinia is located at the crossroads of St Michael’s Hill, Patrick St, and High Street, in Dublin city centre. Dublinia is connected to Christ Church Cathedral by a medieval footbridge.

Dublinia has events on all year around from the Big Dig at Easter, medieval cookery sessions, medieval and Viking weapons displays, storytelling and special performances at Halloween, see http://www.dublinia.ie/category/events/ for more information.

Dublinia Visitor Centre

Telephone: +353 1 6794611
Email us at: info@dublinia.ie

Web: http://www.dublinia.ie

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Dublinia Visitor Centre is easy to get to by bus – numbers 49, 49A, 54A, 121, 123, 150
By Luas, red line to the Four Courts, 7 minute walk to Dublinia.

The nearest car park is Jury’s Hotel car park, entrance on Werburgh St, show your Dublinia ticket when leaving in order to receive a discount on your parking.


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