Map &
Been here?
Rate it

Top Tours

Dublin Pass Including Free Entry to Over 30 Attractions
"Select a 1- 2- 3- 5- or 6-day Dublin Pass when you book. Then collect your pass from the redemption point in central Dublin or Dublin Airport.Your pass is valid for your choice of consecutive calendar days and offers free access to more than 30 top Dublin visitor attractions including skip-the-line entry to select landmarks as well as host of other privileges and special offers. Among other benefits
From EUR48.00
Dublin Freedom Pass: Transport and Sightseeing
"Your Dublin Freedom Ticket is valid for 72 hours from the time of first use making it perfect for a short vacation or to help you get your bearings at the start of a longer trip. After redeeming your voucher for your pass you’ll also receive a map with detailed information about Dublin and its famous attractions. Use the map to plan your independent sightseeing with ease.The pass includes airport transfers by Airlink Express a Dublin hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour public transport by bus around the city (daytime only) and discounted entry to select top city attractions.Airlink 747 Express Service:Use the bus service to travel between Dublin Airport and the city center Temple Bar and all Dublin train and bus stations. The convenient service operates daily every 15 – 20 minutes.Dublin Green Hop-On Hop-Off Tour:Show your pass on a choice of two routes around the city
From EUR33.00
Dublin Historical Highlights Walking Tour
"With your knowledgeable guide start your tour in central Dublin and walk through Dublin's broad streets and narrow passageways to admire the city’s famed historical sights. A map is also provided which you can keep to use after your tour if you wish. Pass by the former Houses of Parliament and make your way to Trinity College the oldest university in Ireland. Stroll past City Hall before wandering past the garden of Dublin Castle. Then see Chester Beatty Library the medieval city wall and a beautiful vantage point that overlooks St Patrick’s Cathedral. Hear how the cathedral was a favorite place of worship of the renowned Anglo-Irish author Jonathan Swift in the 18th century
From EUR12.00

Christ Church Cathedral Tips (93)

Christ church

Initially built in 1038, the cathedral suffered several transformations until the Victorian period when they decided to restore it following its medieval characteristics. Mixing some original details...
solopes's Profile Photo
Apr 09, 2016


So much has been written about Christchurch Cathedral i just like to point out a few facts that people may not be aware of. The official name of Christ Church is The Cathedral of the Holy and...
davidjo's Profile Photo
Aug 01, 2015

Christ Church Cathedral ~ From Viking Roots

Before visiting Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin, I wrongly assumed that it was a Roman Catholic Church. Also known formally as The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, the cathedral actually belongs to...
starship's Profile Photo
Jun 28, 2015

A Church of Ireland Cathedral

We walked across the bridge from Dublinia to the Christ Church Cathedral. It was a pleasant experience as there are a good number of interesting stain glass windows on the bridge and walk way. You...
gordonilla's Profile Photo
May 25, 2015

Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral is a must see for any tourist trip to Dublin. I will not go into the detail of the history of the the church, as that's pretty much the point of visiting and partaking in the...
Dave_Palmer's Profile Photo
Jul 22, 2013

Medieval: "The Tudors" Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral rises impressively from the streetscape of Dublin. The precinct of the Cathedral also housed an Augustinian prior before the Protestant Reformation, the ruins of which can be...
yooperprof's Profile Photo
Jul 11, 2013

Christ Church Cathedral

Established by king Sitric and Dublin's first bishop, Dunan, Christ Church Cathedral is one of the city's oldest buildings and main landmarks. Rebuilt it the late 12th century, it fell into disrepair...
Maria81's Profile Photo
Nov 11, 2011


This is Dublins oldest stone building and was built on the site of the wooden church of king Sitric Silkenbeards (1038).A church was commissioned here by Richard de Clare in 1172.During the 16th and...
alyf1961's Profile Photo
Aug 15, 2011

christ church cathedral

christ church cathedral was established by the hiberno-norse king silkbeard. the church was rebuilt in 1186 by archbishop john cumin and again in 1870 by architech george street. for those interested...
doug48's Profile Photo
Jun 13, 2011

Christchurch Cathedral

Christchurch is unmissable, and no, I dont mean the one in New Zealand. It was built during the Viking era (900-1000 AD) and there is now a Viking exhibition across the street from Christchurch that...
orlikins's Profile Photo
Apr 04, 2011


One of the cities main churches. A church was first built on this site by the Norse King Sitric in 1038 but being made of wood it didn't last too long. On my most recent trip to Dublin we actually...
hevbell's Profile Photo
Apr 04, 2011

Christ Church

The earliest manuscript dates Christ Church cathedral to its present location around 1030. By 1152 it was incorporated into the Irish church. Laurence O’Toole acted directly in diplomatic efforts...
kathycollins's Profile Photo
Apr 04, 2011
Sponsored Listings

Hotels Near Christ Church Cathedral

Christchurch Place, Dublin, County Dublin, 8, Ireland
Show Prices
The Square, Silken Thomas complex, Kildare Town, Ireland
Show Prices
Copper Alley, Fishamble Street, Christchurch, Dublin, County Dublin, 2, Ireland
Show Prices
2-12 Lord Edward Street, Dublin, 2, Ireland
Show Prices
16 - 18 Fishamble Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Show Prices
High Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 8, Ireland
Show Prices
IrishFem's Profile Photo


"Ultra Trendy Capital City"
View Member
davidjo's Profile Photo


View Member
acemj's Profile Photo


View Member
sourbugger's Profile Photo


"Great place - but not the real Ireland"
View Member


View Member

Things to Do Near Christ Church Cathedral

Things to Do


We visited the Museum on our last morning of our visit to Dublin. It was wet and rainy, so this was a short walk from our hotel. We took the ticket that meant we could walk though and across to the...
View More
Things to Do

St. Audeon's Church

It looked to me as if this was the Polish church as much of the writing on the notice boards showing mass times were in Polish, so it is obvious that this church is one where the Poles frequent...
View More
Things to Do

Chester Beatty Library

The Chester Beatty Library is housed in the 18th century Clock Tower Building that has a wooden clock tower and a Peacock weather vane. It's named after Sir Alfred Chester Beatty, a rich American...
View More
Things to Do

City Hall

Dublin's City Hall was designed by architect Thomas Cooley who was the winner from 62 applicants in an advertised design competition. It took ten years to complete. We came across city Hall after...
View More
Things to Do

Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum

Even if you don't have time to tour the Famine museum on the Jeanie Johnston tall ship, I still think it is worthwhile taking the walk to view the ship. Jeanie Johnston is a replica of a three masted...
View More
Things to Do

Dublin Castle

This intact Norman Tower dates to 1226 and is a beauty! It has walls 4.6 metres thick, no wonder it was used as a high security prison during Tudor times. The Irish Chieftain, Red Hugh O'Donnell,...
View More

Getting to Christ Church Cathedral


Lord Edward Street, Dublin 2


We don't yet have hours for this Things to Do. Help us improve our info!