Dublinia is great family day out
At Dublinia Visit Viking and Medieval Dublin, see Archaeology as a History Hunters and climb the medieval St. Michael’s Tower. An exciting, fun and contemporary way for all ages to learn and experience Old Dublin’s sights, sounds, and smells! Try on viking clothes, see what it was like on-board a Viking Warship and learn of their long challenging voyages, their weaponry and the skills of being a Viking warrior. Enjoy the myths and learn of the mysteries surrounding the Vikings and their legacy. Guided tour at 2.30pm daily.
One of Dublin’s top visitor attractions
Dublinia hosts Four Exciting Exhibitions:
- Viking Dublin
- Medieval Dublin
- History Hunters
- St. Michael’s Tower
The gift shop at Dublinia stocks jewelry, postcards, children’s costumes and fun items for visitors to take home as a memento of their visit. We have a fantastic collection of books and gifts from the Viking and Medieval periods of Dublin and beyond for both adults and children.
Located in the Civic Room with its beautiful stained glassed window overlooking the crossroads of Viking and Medieval Dublin. Tea/Coffee and cakes are all available here.
There are so many events in Dublinia every year.
All upcoming events at Dublinia click here
Dublinia Daily tours
As an added bonus to your visit, we offer a guided public tour of one of our exhibitions. This happens once a day from Monday to Sunday at 2.30pm. This is free of charge with your admission price. Daily tours can include a visit through Viking or Medieval Dublin, or else a glimpse into the world of Archaeology in our History Hunters exhibitions.
Dublinia Opening Hours
This Dublin attraction is open daily, Monday to Sunday.
|1 Apr – 30 Sep||1 Oct – 23 Dec||27 Dec – 28 Feb|
|Monday||10:00 – 17:30||Monday||10:00 – 16:30||Monday||10:00 – 16:30|
|Tuesday||10:00 – 17:30||Tuesday||10:00 – 16:30||Tuesday||10:00 – 16:30|
|Wednesday||10:00 – 17:30||Wednesday||10:00 – 16:30||Wednesday||10:00 – 16:30|
|Thursday||10:00 – 17:30||Thursday||10:00 – 16:30||Thursday||10:00 – 16:30|
|Friday||10:00 – 17:30||Friday||10:00 – 16:30||Friday||10:00 – 16:30|
|Saturday||10:00 – 17:30||Saturday||10:00 – 16:30||Saturday||10:00 – 16:30|
|Sunday||10:00 – 17:30||Sunday||10:00 – 16:30||Sunday||10:00 – 16:30|
|New Years Day||10:00 – 16:30|
|St Patricks Day||10:00 – 14:30|
|Good Friday||10:00 – 17:30|
|Easter Monday||10:00 – 17:30|
|May Day||10:00 – 17:30|
|June Holiday||10:00 – 17:30|
|August Holiday||10:00 – 17:30|
|October Holiday||10:00 – 16:30|
|St Stephens Day||closed|
How to get to Dublinia
Dublinia is located at Christ Church, the crossroads of St. Michael’s Hill, Patrick Street, and High Street, in Dublin City Centre. Dublinia is connected to Christ Church Cathedral by a Neo-Gothic archway.
Parking at Dublinia: Q-Park Christ Church on Werburgh Street is the nearest car park found behind Jury’s Hotel. Dublinia provides a special discount for parking at Q-Park. ‘Q-Park Discount Tickets’ are available for visitors to collect from the Dublinia Shop before returning to the car park. Don’t forget to ask Dublinia staff member for your discounted ticket.
By Luas: By Luas, red line to the Four Courts, 7 minute walk to Dublinia.
By Bus: By bus, numbers 49, 49A, 54A, and 123.
By Train: 15 minute walk from Heuston Station and Tara St Station.
Parking at Dublinia: Q-Park Christ Church on Werburgh Street is the nearest car park is and is located behind Jury’s Hotel. Dublinia customers receive a special discount rate when parking. Special ‘Q-Park Discount Tickets’ are available for customers to collect from the Dublinia Shop before returning to the car park. Simply ask a staff member for your discount ticket.
See the map below for directions.
Click here for Q Park’s Website
Dublin Kids tips:
- A discounted combined ticket is on offer for Dublinia & the adjoining Christ Church Cathedral
- there are discount for groups of ten and more visiting Dublinia. Must be pre-booked.
- No charge for one teacher/supervisor with every ten students.
- last admission is an hour before closing time
- the average visit length is 90 minutes. Allow yourself plenty of time, there is a lot in it