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Dublin City

 
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BUILDINGS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
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DUBLIN'S RAILWAY STATIONS
 
 
National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks, Arbour Hill, Dublin 8

BUILDINGS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Most buildings included in the NIAH survey are private and are not publicly accessible, though churches, courthouses, and some civil and commercial buildings are of course accessible. Highlighted here are a number of buildings which are open to the public. These include the National Museum of Ireland at Collin's Barracks, late eighteenth century masterpieces The Law Society of Ireland at Blackhall Place by Thomas Ivory and the Four Courts on Inn's Quay by James Gandon, the early nineteenth century Blessington Basin, W.Ryan's public house at Park Gate Street which retains a fine interior, and a range of churches. Please contact each site to confirm openings time. View Buildings

Heuston Station, Dublin

DUBLIN'S RAILWAY STATIONS

The building of the railways revolutionised transport in nineteenth century Ireland, providing for trade and opening up communciation links between previously isolated areas, cities and the wider world. View Buildings

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