Historic Building Dublin City Hall Opens its Doors
"Dublin City Hall was built between 1769 and 1779 and was originally used as a financial centre by the merchants of Dublin. It was first known as the Royal Exchange but was later renamed Dublin City Hall when it was bought by Dublin Corporation in 1851. The Rotunda is impressive, not only for its breathtaking elegance and beauty, but for its rich and vibrant history.
On Culture Night, various musical performances will be staged in this magnificent building from 6pm with the last performance at 9pm. The Council Chambers will also be open for those wishing to see where our councillors meet."