Dublin Castle

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  • Address: Dame St, Dublin 2, Ireland
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  • Timings: 09:45 am - 04:45 pm Details
  • Phone: +353-16458800
  • Ticket Price: 7 EUR
  • Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Garden, Landmark, Castle, Cafe, Family And Kids, Tower, Exhibition , Heritage Building

Dublin Castle is situated in the very heart of Dublin City, on the south side of the River Liffey. Dublin is famous for its rustic charm and the 13th century Dublin Castle is a famous example of it. The castle has a beautiful tower that adds to its old-worldly charm. Parts of the place are still in use for various purposes. The white doorway inside the castle is quite impressive. The Throne Room contains many items originally used by the Irish Monarchs. There is a State Drawing Room in the castle, used to receive important guests. It is one of the Heritage Buildings of Ireland, unmatched in its beauty and importance.

There are also two museums, two cafes, and an international standard conference room with gardens all around it. The State Apartments of the castle are open for viewing by the public.

Many exhibitions take place on a regular basis in the Dublin Castle. These are usually related to Art and Architecture. There are also concerts that take place at this venue.

  • Although nearly none of the original edifices stand today, this site should not be missed.

  • Adult €6.50
  • Senior (60+) €5.50
  • Student (photo ID required) €5.50
  • Children €3

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  • Dublin Castle Address: Dame St, Dublin 2, Ireland
  • Dublin Castle Contact Number: +353-16458800
  • Dublin Castle Timing: 09:45 am - 04:45 pm
  • Dublin Castle Price: 7 EUR
  • Best time to visit Dublin Castle(preferred time): 12:00 pm - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Dublin Castle: 01:30 Hrs
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  • 66.07% of people who visit Dublin include Dublin Castle in their plan

  • 54.62% of people start their Dublin Castle visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Dublin Castle

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

66.78% of people prefer walking in order to reach Dublin Castle

People normally club together St Patrick's Cathedral and Irish Dance Party while planning their visit to Dublin Castle.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • Just beautiful. Many of the rooms are still decorated in their original regalia, but others now house beautiful recent statuary. The main tour is included at no extra charge if you buy the Dublin Pass (highly recommend the 2 calendar day pass or more, which includes a 24hour hop-on,hop-off red bus pass)

  • Lucky enough to get a back stage tour with a personal guide and the history behind this site is amazing! Viking, Norman and now contemporary Ireland have used/use this venue! Amazing decor and incredible to walk through rooms where so many modern dignitaries have been! Make the effort to get yourself on a tour here

  • It is an astonishing old castle in the middle of the Dublin city. It is big and has several parts like hall, chapel, library, garden and many more. It is easy to reach too. If you love historical places, visit Dublin castle too.

  • Beautiful inside but was surprised that the outside didn't look like a castle of any sorts.. we did a self tour, as it's was fully booked for a couple of hours.. so did get the best out of our time in there.. but still enjoyed it neither the less.

  • Used to be the seat of local government. It is now mostly a tourist draw. We ended up finding an entrance to the museum of the revenue department (??) Which extolled there contributions to Ireland. Their tools, and bravery. The best part was the chat with the gentleman manning the place. We had a very wide ranging discussion which touched on topics including hat styles and the "rat pack" No admittance fee.

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