Dublinia is a heritage centre at the heart of medieval city in central Dublin. There are 3 exciting exhibitions in Dublinia. 'Viking Dublin' and 'Medieval Dublin' takes the visitor back to the city life during those times.
See what life was like onboard a Viking Warship, visit a Viking house and take a trip down a Viking street. Find out about death and disease and see what Medieval Dublin looked like with a fascinating scale model of the town.
'History Hunters' uncovers the world of Archaeology and includes a excavation site and a lab for you to discover more and test your newfound knowledge. Unearth the city's past at the History Hunters exhibition and see Dublin from a new perspective.
|Address:||St. Michael’s Hill, Christ Church, Dublin 8|
|Location:||Situated in Dublin City Centre, adjoining Christ Church Cathedral|
|Season:||All Year - Open daily except Dec 23-26 & Mar 17|
|Open Times:||March - Sept: Daily: 10am- 6.30pm last entry 5.30pm|
Oct-Feb: Daily: 10am-5.30pm last entry 4.30pm
|Tours:||Exhibition is interactive / self-guiding Guides available, must be pre-booked.|
|Booking Contact:||Mary-Therese Byrne & Shelia Dooley|
|Average Visit Length:||45 minutes to 1 hour|
Family: €24 (2A+2C)
|Exhibition:||Viking Dublin, Medieval Dublin & History Hunters|
|Shop:||Souvenirs, books, crafts and gifts|
|Information Guide:||English, French, German, Italian & Spanish|
|Group Booking Necessary:||Yes|
Dublinia is one of Dublin’s top visitor attractions with three exciting exhibitions, Viking Dublin, Medieval Dublin and History Hunters! All located at the historic crossroads of old Dublin.
The Viking and Medieval Dublin exhibitions bring the city to life in an exciting and contemporary way for all ages to learn and share, unearth the city’s past at the History Hunters exhibition and see Dublin from a new perspective.
Come away knowing more about the citizens of Dublin throughout the ages!
Dublinia, one of the top Irish primary schools' attractions has three exciting exhibitions, Viking Dublin, Medieval Dublin and History Hunters!
All year round, we offer a wide range of activities exploring the world of the Vikings, life in Medieval Dublin and investigating Archaeology and local history. Costumed guides will bring your class through the exhibitions, and in late May/early June, there will be mystery guests along the way, all part of our Living History programme.
Our specially devised schools programme showcases our dedicated and experienced tour guides, who will tailor the tour to suit all ages/needs and group size, from primary schools, secondary schools to adult education groups. We have also introduced a new Learning pack for primary school teachers to prepare for their tour, it is available for download from <a href="http://www.dublinia.ie/">www.dublinia.ie</a>
Our price is €4.95 per pupil, including a guided tour and the Living History programme (May and June).