Dublin - Dublin City / Temple Bar and Creative Quarter

Dublin Castle

After Hours at Dublin Castle

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Explore the centre of Irish history at your own pace as the doors are thrown open after dark! Dating back to 1204, Dublin Castle has served as the headquarters of the British and then the Irish government in the centuries since. The State Apartments were built as the residential and public quarters of the viceregal court. They were the seat of the executive, and played host to fashionable and extravagant social events. Today, the State Apartments are the venue for Ireland’s Presidencies of the European Union, Presidential inaugurations, and other prestigious functions. Enjoy a complimentary visit to the heart of Irish history this Culture Night. Please note: you must pre-book tickets in advance, and tickets will be restricted to timed entry slots. Admission will not be granted to those without valid tickets. Ticketing will go live on our website from 1st September.

Time: 6pm - 9:30pm

Genres: Architecture / Heritage / History / Tour

Features: Family friendly / Wheelchair accessible

Address: Dublin Castle, Dame St, Dublin 2, Dublin D02, Ireland

Website: http://www.dublincastle.ie/

Phone: 01 645 8800

Venue is Booked Out!