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City Hall was built between 1769 and 1779. The build took ten years to complete. When they decided to build City Hall a competition was advertised and 62 submissions were made. The winner of this Competition was Thomas Cooley, a young architect from...more
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City Hall Exhibition Centre Dame Street | Cork Hill, Dublin D02 NP93, Ireland
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This is a great Building dating from 1779, the impressive architecture is almost Roman temple like, there is an excellent free museum inside.
It was a very important location in the revolution of 1913, and there are still bullet marks in some of the stones...More
This historic building has inside a well organized historical presentation of this city. With an assortment of dioramas, multi media and artifacts one can learn how Dublin came into being. This is well worth a first stop when visiting Dublin.
This actually is a nice part of Irish history and the tour is well worth it. I call it part 1 of a two part tour of Irish history, with the jail on the other side of Dublin being part 2 and a good bookend...More
although the budget for this exhibition isn't the same as high end art installations the amount of information here is incredible if you have the time to take it in. I enjoyed the detail of the wide street project and wished there had been a...More
The main room on the ground floor is rather splendid. The main feature is a series of murals.
However, the main reason to come here is to see the exhibition in the vaults.This gives a detailed and very interesting account of Dublin`s history. In addition,...More
We stopped by mainly for a brief rest from our walk. However, when we entered the main hall, we found fine architecture and also saw some interesting exhibits. I wish we would of had more time to explore this site and all it had to...More
The City Hall of Dublin is very nice. It is possible to visit, freely, the grand hall, with its very high dome. Downstairs, there is a small bar and a very interesting exhibition about Dublin and its story. A lot to read, but also some...More
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DublinCityHall, Public Relations Manager at City Hall, responded to this reviewResponded 17 July 2018
Hi Thombly ,
Many thanks for taking the time to reveiw Dublin City Hall . We are delighted you enjoyed the exhibition and you found it informative thank you for the feed back and hope to see you again soon.
This is a beautiful building with an outstanding example of the Georgian architecture for which Dublin is world-renowned. The Rotunda at City Hall is a circular entrance hall and is of impressive dimensions, with twelve pillars supporting an embellished gold leaf dome. This is a...More
DublinCityHall, Public Relations Manager at City Hall, responded to this reviewResponded 2 July 2018
HI Many thanks for the lovely comment and we are delighted you enjoyed your time at City Hall . The pictures are beautiful and thank you for sharing them with us. Feel free to call in again soon .