Beautiful and covering a half a city block. The arch over the street it's just a work of art. We did not go inside as we were cutting it close to when they were closing.
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We got invited to take part in evening prayers while touring the inside which was rather surreal in such an historical church. I was a little worried about lightening until we went down in the crypts and I discovered the Viking roots! The Crypt also...More
We thought we were going to take the guided tour, but accidentally ended up doing self-guided. No regrets on that front, though! The self-guided tour grants you access to pretty much the whole cathedral. We spent a long time exploring every inch! The cathedral is...More
Christ Church offers Evensong every Thursday at 5 pm. It's a lovely experience with a fabulous choir (during term time). The flyer for the service mentioned that Evensong has been offered there for 1,000 years! We enjoyed it very much.
Minimal entrance fee and so much to look at! To see all the detail of how they built back then, truly amazing. Craftsmen? No call them artists. And don't miss the basement tombs, so cool. NOTE: stupid website won't let me pick 4 stars. it...More
This church is beyond gorgeous.. every nook and cranny has something beautiful and inspiring! The have the monks tombs downstairs as well, very interesting!! this is a MUST see in Dublin!
We first went by St. Patrick's Cathedral and Park, then wanted to see this church. Absolutely love the exterior, especially the arch over the road, but we did not want to pay to see the inside which, if you read my St. Patrick's review, is...More
Another beautiful and historic place in Dublin. The Charter House foundation next to the church dates from the 1100s. The church is especially beautiful when it is lit up at night.
Unique in that it has a bridge over the street and the stain glass is so well lit. We stayed for a prayer service. Every Cathedral in Europe is beautiful and sad. Millions of dollars to build and maintain and staff and 50 people actually...More