Trinity College Dublin

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  • Address: Trinity College, College St, Dublin 2, Ireland
  • Timings: 09:30 am - 10:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +353-18961661
  • Ticket Price: 10 EUR
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Library, Landmark, Educational Site, University

Trinity College Dublin - Review

The Trinity College is the oldest university in Dublin. The Library has an amazing collection of books. The college provides high quality education to its students. Books from all around the world are present in the huge library. Prominent teachers with modern teaching methods, practical experiences, teach the students. There is a huge Long Room in the Old Library which is more than 60 meters long. This one is definitely worth seeing. The library has noted books like the Book of Kells.

Frequent exhibitions tale place inside the library and are very popular with academics from all over the world. The Library's music collections have been built up over the course of four centuries, and in their range and diversity reflect a thousand years of Irish and European musical tradition. The college is surrounded by green trees making it an amazing environment. Several famous personalities like Jonathan Swift, Samuel Beckett, Oscar Wilde, Oliver Goldsmith and many more have studied in this place.

Trinity College Dublin Information

  • Guided tours are available.

Trinity College Dublin Hours

  • Closed on Easter Weekend.

How To reach Trinity College Dublin by Public Transport

  • Trinity College Bus Station

Restaurants Near Trinity College Dublin

  • The Blackboard Bistro – Irish
  • French The Parnell Heritage Bar & Grill – Irish, European

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TripHobo Highlights for Trinity College Dublin

  • Trinity College Dublin Address: Trinity College, College St, Dublin 2, Ireland
  • Trinity College Dublin Contact Number: +353-18961661
  • Trinity College Dublin Timing: 09:30 am - 10:00 pm
  • Trinity College Dublin Price: 10 EUR
  • Best time to visit Trinity College Dublin(preferred time): 09:30 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Trinity College Dublin: 02:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Trinity College Dublin

  • 78.05% of people who visit Dublin include Trinity College Dublin in their plan

  • 29.42% of people start their Trinity College Dublin visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Trinity College Dublin

Monday, Tuesday and Friday

69.82% of people prefer walking in order to reach Trinity College Dublin

People normally club together National Library Of Ireland and St Stephen's Greens while planning their visit to Trinity College Dublin.

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Trinity College Dublin, Dublin Reviews

  • This was our FAVORITE bar in Rome. It gets a little crazy after 10 so if you're not into the party scene then try to make it a little earlier. The cocktails are great, their chocolate martini is the bomb, and their shots are only €3. I'm from America and their burger was great too! I highly recommend Trinity College Pub.

  • Trinity College in Dublin was built to complement Oxford University and Cambridge University. The campus is beautiful and located directly in the city center. The tours are guided by students of Trinity College, who not only inform about the history of the college but also share personal insights and highlights. After the tour the library with the historic Long Room and the Book of Kells can be visited. Trinity College is absolutely worth a visit as it is one of the Highlights in Dublin.

  • We booked a quick 30 minute tour given by a current student and she was SO funny and the tour really made the place come alive. The tour ticket also included your entry to the Book of Kells and you DO NOT have to do it the same day or just after the tour so if the line is long you can dip in at a later time. This also keeps you OUT of the line to BUY tickets. It’s a good deal all ‘round. The tour at certain times is also offered in other languages like Spanish. The College is very lovely and it is really interesting to hear a bit about the history juxtaposed with the college life there today.

  • I took the tour given by Grace. It was informative and fun. The long room was amazing. But, the area around the Book of Kells was mobbed. It seems they should have only allowed a certain number of people in at any one time instead of crowding us all in there. It was a Saturday, and a beautiful day, so maybe during the week it's better.

  • great tour. Our guide was great. We got to go at our own pace after our guide left. Saw the book of Kells and the long library. Very nice. We really enjoyed it

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