Dublinia is a museum that explores Viking and Medieval Dublin and is located at the heart of the historic city. Travel back and visit a Viking house, a Viking street, a medieval merchant’s house and the medieval fair. Learn the history of the battle of Clontarf and of death and disease in medieval times.
See a range of amazing artefacts from the National Museum and take a flying visit over the Medieval city. Immerse yourself in a new audio-visual experience–a story of one man’s life growing up in Medieval Dublin. Climb the 96 step original medieval tower of St. Michael for spectacular views of Dublin city.
Open Daily Year Round
March – September: 10:00 – 18:30
October – February: 10:00 – 17:30
Last admission: 1 hour before closing
Visit duration: approx. 90 minutes
Closed: December 24-26
Admission Prices 2020
Senior (aged 65+): €11.00
Student (with valid ID): €11.00
Family (2 adults & 2 children): €30.00
DINING / REFRESHMENTS: Coffee shop on-site.
SHOPPING: Gift shop selling souvenirs and gift items.
PARKING: Nearest car park is Q-Park Christ Church on Werburgh Street, behind Jury’s Hotel. Dublinia customers receive a special discount rate when parking (collect from Dublinia before returning to your car). Set down area nearby for coaches.
ACCESSIBILITY: Dublinia is fully wheelchair accessible, with lifts to three of its exhibitions. It has accessible toilets. Unfortunately, there is no lift access to St Michael’s Tower – given the nature of the building – and there are 96 steps to the tower.
GROUPS: Group rates available (minimum 10 people). Pre-booking required.
Dublinia is located at Christ Church, the crossroads of St. Michael’s Hill, Patrick Street, and High Street, in Dublin City Centre. Dublinia is connected to Christ Church Cathedral by a medieval footbridge.
St Michael’s Hill, Christchurch, Dublin 8, Ireland
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