- Relive Viking and Medieval Dublin
- Discover the old city at Christ Church
- Discover the story behind the Vikings
- Experience what life was like on-board a Viking ship.
Dublinia - History Brought to Life
Dublinia is an interactive exhibition which brings visitors back in time to discover Ireland’s capital when it was a Viking settlement and during the Middle Ages.
Dublinia is based in the historic Christ Church area of Dublin - and as visitors will discover, this Old City is where Dublin once began.
A perfect day out for families, Dublinia is a fun and interactive visitor attraction which perfectly balances fun and learning.
Tours at Dublinia
At Dublinia, you will uncover the history of Dublin’s past. You will see historic artefacts found in Dublin’s Wood Quay excavations – Wood Quay is just a stone’s throw from Dublinia.
Throughout the attraction, Dublinia’s Living History guides will give you all the information you need to know about Viking weapons, medieval medicines, and even showing you how to play Hnefatafl (Viking chess!)
Visitors also have the opportunity to see Dublin from a unique perspective. Climb the original Medieval tower and discover great views around all around Dublin City.
How Much is Dublinia?
There are a variety of tickets available at Dublinia, but the main tickets are: Adult (€12.00), Student / Senior (€11.00), Child (4 - 12) (€7.00), Family (2 adults + 2 children) (€30.00). Additional children €5.00.
Though predominantly self-guided, Dublinia offer a daily guided tour from Monday to Sunday at 2.30pm. This is included with your admission price. Daily tours include a visit through Viking or Medieval Dublin, or a trip up St.Michael’s Tower on the Skyline tour.
Tickets for Dublinia can be purchased directly from Dublinia.
Getting to Dublinia
Dublinia is located in Christ Church in Dublin City, a short walk from Dame Street.
Hop-On Hop-Off Tour: The Dublin Hop-On Hop-Off Tour has a stop right outside the Dublinia. Buy your ticket here.
Walk: From Trinity College Dublin, Dublinia is 950m walking distance - this is a 12 minute walk approx. (On the way, we suggest stopping by the beautiful Chester Beatty Library).
Bus: You can take many Dublin Bus routes to Dublinia, including 13, 40, 49, 49A, 123. For more information on Dublin Bus routes, visit dublinbus.ie
Luas: The closest stop is on the Luas Red Line (Four Courts), which is a 7 minute walk to Dublinia.