Dublin City Hall

Places to See | Dublin, Ireland.

City Hall is an outstanding example of the Georgian architecture for which Dublin is world-renowned. Talks on the history of this Dublin visitor attraction are available to groups who arrange in advance. Audio guides and leaflets are available in several different languages. The building is fully wheelchair accessible.

The Rotunda at City Hall is available for hire as a venue for select corporate events, fashion shows and civil marriage ceremonies/civil partnerships. This circular entrance hall is of impressive dimensions, with twelve pillars supporting an embellished gold leaf dome. This is a truly historic setting which has witnessed many events related to the City and State.

There is an exhibition on the history of Dublin City, called “Dublin City Hall, The Story of the Capital,” located in the vaults of this historic site in Ireland.

Address: Dublin City Hall, Dame Street, Dublin 2

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