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Visit the Iconic St. Patrick's Cathedral

St. Patrick's Catherdral in Ireland
In addition to being a place of worship, St. Patrick's Cathedral is open for tours and education workshops throughout the year. Here, visitors can learn about the cathedral's rich history, legends of the cathedral, and Irish culture. The cathedral also hosts several concerts and events throughout the year, beyond the traditional holiday celebrations. A self-guided tour gives visitors a chance to explore the cathedral at their own pace and enjoy the beautiful architecture, displays, and ornate artwork firsthand.

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Prices -

€6.50 - €7.50
 

Hours -

Monday to Friday: 9am - 5:30pm; Saturday: 9am - 6pm; Sunday: 9am - 10:30pm/12:30pm - 2:30pm/4:30pm - 6pm
 

Events

  • Heritage Week
  • Christmas Mass
  • Easter Sunday
 
 

Activities

  • Self-Guided Cathedral Tours
  • Heritage Week Activitie
  • Live Concerts and Event
  • Prayer Ceremonie
  • Education Workshop
  • Choir School
 

FAQs

  • Can I tour St Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin? Do I need a ticket?

    Self-guided tours are available at St. Patrick’s Cathedral for an admission fee. Family tickets for 2 adults and 2 children under 16 years of age are available. A free app guides visitors through different parts of the cathedral and learn about burial sites, medieval history, and legends.
  • Who built St Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin?

    The church was founded in 1191 as the National Cathedral of Ireland to honour the patron saint of Ireland. John Comyn, the first Anglo-Norman Archbishop of Dublin, built this Celtic parish church. It is the tallest church in Ireland with its 43-metre spire.
 

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