Dublin's City Hall
Dame Street, Dublin 2
The Story of the Capital
The spectacular City Hall, an outstanding example of the Georgian architecture for which Dublin is world-renowned can be hired as a venue for a host of events & ceremonies.

Visit the atmospheric vaults, where a multimedia exhibition unlocks key moments in Dublin’s history.
Some exciting new additions to the dedicated 1916 exhibition include a rare recently conserved original 1916 proclamation, the Na Fianna Éireann banner, a display on veteran Richard P. Gogan and exhibitions on Dublin Fire Brigade and the 1916 Rising, Sir Robert Shaw, Lord Mayor of Dublin 1815-16 and Postcards in the 1916 Rising.


Open: Open year round, Monday to Saturday. See website for opening hours.

Closed on Sundays and on Bank Holidays.


Admission: Admission is free.


Public Transport


By Bus: Take bus numbers 27, 54a, 56A, 77A, 123, 150, 151

By Luas (tram): Take the Luas Red line to Jervis

By Dart (rail): Take the Dart to Pearse Station


Contact Information

Address:Dame Street, Dublin 2

Phone:+353 1 222 2204


GPS Coordinates & MAP

53.3438, -6.2671