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Trinity College Dublin

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The building facade of Trinity College is among many constructed since the foundation of the College on March 13th, 1592. The design is attributed to Theodore Jacobsen, a London-based amateur architect, with the collaboration of Henry Keene and John...more
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Grafton St. | College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland
South City Centre
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+353 1 896 1000
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Reviewed yesterday

Excellent tour of the college led by Monty, a senior there. Very entertaining stories about the college and its history as well as entrance to the Long Library and the Book of Kells display. The whole tour was fun and fascinating made even more so...More

Thank JWB904
Reviewed yesterday

Viewing the library alone is worth it ... You can walk through campus without any cost, but to see the library you must pay. I'm not a religious person so the Book of Kells bit was interesting but not why I was there. It was...More

Thank A M
Reviewed yesterday

Of course when you visit Dublin you must visit these premises and the iconic place of all, the Old Library! Maybe during summer there are long queues, but I went this October and didn't wait long to enter.

Thank MJoao65
Reviewed yesterday

We did a student tour of Trinity College and learnt quite a few interesting facts about life at the university. Unfortunately for us the Book of Kells was locked away due to someone previously triggering the alarm, this did mean that the ticket price was...More

Thank Leah B
Reviewed yesterday

Just walking through this centuries old campus with its cloisters and green areas makes you wish that you could study or teach here. It has a wonderful old world atmosphere with academics hurrying by dressed in cape and gown. The buildings are beautiful and the...More

Thank Denis F
Reviewed yesterday

In all honesty, this started out as a short-cut on a visit to Dublin, but we were captivated by the history of the place, and stayed for some time, bolting on to a couple of tours to learn more. Very impressive.

Thank Stenvoid
Reviewed yesterday

Trinity College is like many other university institutions; grand, steeped in history and if you visit during term time it provides a brilliant atmosphere. It's free to wander around the grounds alone, but if you're going to pay to visit the Book of Kells, you...More

Thank ZOE W
Reviewed 2 days ago

The Trinity College is worth going to see. It is a active college as well. I enjoyed the campus, the beautiful library and architecture of the buildings. May I suggest for you to take a tour it’s worth the cost. If you go it alone...More

Thank Irishlandscape
Reviewed 2 days ago

It was interesting to learn how Elizabeth I was determined to set up a quality institute for Protestant higher learning in Ireland, and how for hundreds of years Catholics could not attend, nor women, although that has since changed. Ireland has a complicated religious history,...More

Thank RobertM11725
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is a fascinating old campus - with a lot of history. The tour was fun and added to our visit to the book of Kells

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Steven S
12 September 2018|
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Response from avmh5angela | Reviewed this property |
Most hotels you have booked to stay have a luggage room and will store your luggage until it's time to check in. We arrived in Dublin at 7:00am, took a taxi to our hotel, dropped our luggage off then went to Trinity College... More
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Danita P
10 September 2018|
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Response from chacochaos | Reviewed this property |
I did a self guided tour. My main interest at the college was the Book of Kells and the library. Walked around the College a little. Across the street from the main gate is an office of one of the tour bus companies. You can... More
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Danita P
10 September 2018|
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Response from Maria D | Reviewed this property |
Any of the tours that has the library of Trinity College included is a good tour! The Viking Splash Tour is quite good too!
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