Dublin City Hall

Dame St, D2, t. (+353) (0)1 222 2204,
cityhall@dublincity.ie, www.dublincityhall.ie
The magnificent City Hall, formerly a financial
centre for the merchants of Dublin, became
the centre of municipal government in 1852. An
outstanding example of the Georgian architecture
for which Dublin is world-renowned, the
spectacular entrance hall or Rotunda can be
hired as a venue for corporate events, filming,
fashion shows or civil marriage ceremonies. In the
atmospheric vaults, a multimedia exhibition unlocks
key moments in the history of the city and 2016
brought some exciting new additions such as
the original 1916 proclamation and Postcards
in the 1916 Rising. Information on any upcoming
temporary exhibitions featured in the exhibition space is available on City Hall’s social
media channels. Talks on the history of the building are available for groups by prior
arrangement and a charming café and gift shop on site add to the ambience of this
wonderful city treasure.
Open: Mon–Sat from 10am–5:15pm. Closed Sundays
and bank holidays. Admission is free.

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