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Department of Justice

The Department of Justice: Virtual Tours and Historical Presentations


As part of this year’s Culture Night, the Department of Justice is hosting a variety of online experiences that can be accessed via the Department’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts.

3D virtual tour of The Department of Justice offices at 51 St. Stephen’s Green 
The Department of Justice has a rich history that we want to share with you and make accessible to all. The 3D Virtual Tour of 51 St. Stephen’s Green gives exclusive behind the scenes access so you can explore this historically and architecturally significant building.
You can explore some of the building’s most notable rooms, see the Minister for Justice’s Office, the Minister of State’s Office, the Secretary General’s office and visit the Boardroom, all from the comfort of your own home.

Ceannáras na Roinne Dlí agus Cirt i gcaitheamh na mblian / The Headquarters of the Department
of Justice Through the Lens of Time
Físeán ar stair cheannáras na Roinne Dlí agus Cirt, 50-51 Faiche Stiabhna, BÁC. Rinneadh Músaem Tionscal Éireannach agus, níos déanaí, Coláiste Eolaíochta, as teach Seoirseach, sula ndearnadh ceanncheathrú Oifig na nOibreacha Poiblí agus, ina dhiaidh sin, ceannáras na Roinne, de. Gheofar radharc ar oifig an Aire agus ar Sheomra an Bhoird, freisin.
A video presentation on the history of the headquarters of the Department of Justice, 50-51 St Stephen’s Green, with English subtitles and Irish commentary. A Georgian house was turned into a Museum of Irish Industry and later a College of Science, before being converted into the headquarters of the OPW and, afterwards, of the Department of Justice. The video also gives a view
from the inside of the Minister’s office and of the Boardroom.

Inside the Mountjoy Prison Museum
Thanks to our colleagues in the Irish Prison Service, we gained exclusive access to the Mountjoy Prison Museum. This unique museum is home to the Auld Triangle and a treasure trove of historical artefacts, including items from prisoners who were imprisoned over the last 170 years.

Time: 3pm - 4.30pm

Genres: Architecture / Heritage / History / Tour

Features: Family friendly / Gaeilge

Address: 51 Saint Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, Dublin 2 Dublin 2, Ireland

Website: http://www.justice.ie/en/JELR/Pages/Home

Phone: 01 602 8202

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