Trinity College Dublin, Dublin
About Trinity College Dublin, Dublin
Trinity College Dublin, Dublin - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Trinity College, College St, Dublin 2, Ireland
Ticket Price: 10 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:30 am - 10:00 pm Details
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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 Opening and Closing 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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Trinity College Dublin, Dublin Reviews - Write a Review
The Trinity campus is a great place to visit. I find Science Gallery very interesting. The Book of Keels is a must see, more for the history than the actual book itself. Recently attended events at Trinity Long Room Hub, which were very stimulating. Highly recommended...
As an alumni I can tell it’s one of the best education institutions I’ve been involved. Besides the campus is beautiful and full of history. All located in the middle of Dublin city center.
We loved visiting Trinity. Beautiful campus and so much rich history. The Book of Kells exhibit plus the magnificent old library were highlights.
Good place to study. Healthy atmosphere. Must visit destination for those who visit Ireland. It is much more than a tourist destination, it can be called as a intellectual hub of Dublin. The sprawling 40 acres campus is a good example of classic and modern architecture. Surrounded by lush green garden and squares where one can see people having conversations/debate on any particular topic. Early morning strolling around the campus is a good opportunity to feel the ambience. The library is awesome which has its own 400yrs of history and academic development , built before 1712 and 1732, the long room at the Trinity College old library holds a collection of 20,01,000 books. The book of Kells is an Iconic book over here. There is a special department made to minimize detoriation of books.
Doesn't cater to my special needs and didn't give me the extra services needed to serve for my low level brain deficiencies after requesting. I was playing a game of DOTA 2 at break time but everyone BOMBARDED me with non stop insults and my plays in the game so much so that I had to quit as my enjoyment went down 200 fold.. I now can't play with my friends and family as a result of this. - Ebin Benny
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