Considered to be Dublin’s earliest and finest example of a Georgian street, construction began on Henrietta Street in the mid-1720s.
Originally home to Dublin’s political and social elite, number 14 Henrietta Street was later converted into tenements, which at one point housed over 100 of Dublin’s poor.
Today, the carefully preserved street has proved to be a popular period location for film and television companies. Amongst others, the street has been used to film Foyles War and Albert Nobbs.
By Bus: Take bus numbers 1, 11, 16, 40d, 46a, 120, 122 or 145
By Luas (tram): Take the Luas Green Line to Broadstone DIT or Luas Red Line to Jervis