So you’re planning an exploration of Ireland’s stunning old capital? Dublin has sites to keep you busy for days, from musty old museums and libraries to fantastic pubs and wonderful restaurants. But, here we will talk about The Irish Architectural Archive .
The Irish Architectural Archive – Dublin, Ireland
The Irish Architectural Archive, Ireland’s buildings record and architectural drawings collection, is located in No. 45 Merrion Square, the largest terraced Gregorian house on the Square. Built in the mid 1790s and situated directly across Merrion Square from Leinster House, visit the Archive to explore this grand Georgian palazzo and to enjoy the regularly changing exhibitions in the Architecture Gallery.
Light filled, interconnected reception rooms on the first floor of the Archive offer a range of venues and facilities: meeting rooms for up to twenty; multi-media lecture, seminar or conference facilities for up to 55, banqueting space for up to 80, and receptions for up to 250.
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Everyone has their own bucket list – from pouring the perfect pint, to touring Temple Bar and visiting the historic Trinity College.
If you have one, two or three days allocated to tourism in Dublin, and know you plan to take the Hop-on/Hop-off bus, to visit the Guinness Storehouse and Jameson Distillery, the DublinPass is your best buy.
It includes admission to the Hop-on/Hop-off bus, Guinness, Jameson and a number of other attractions; it all depends how many places you want to visit in one-to-three days. And this is will give you extra time to visit The Irish Architectural Archive.
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