Dublin Christ Church Cathedral Admission Ticket
Experience the beauty and history of Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin in your own time by pre-purchasing your entrance ticket. Make your own way to the 1,000-year-old cathedral and explore independently at a time that suits you. Admire the neo-Gothic nave and roam the medieval crypt to see its historical treasures and artefacts, including a mummified cat and rat, and the country’s first copy of Magna Carta.
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Note: Male visitors will have to take hats off
Please note: Last admission is 45 minutes before closing.
On Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays during term time where the Cathedral Choir or the Girl Choristers are singing evensong the cathedral will have last entry at 17.15 in order to prepare.
Partly wheelchair accessible.
Christ Church Cathedral is right in the heart of medieval Dublin and close to other top attractions and next to Dublinia.
By Bus: Christchurch Place is on many bus routes, including the 123, 13, 27, 40, 49, 77a and 77x - see Dublinbus.ie for further information.
By Luas: The Luas, the Irish for speed, is Dublin’s light-rail transit service. It is a swift tram system crossing the city on two lines, one of which is the Red Line. Christ Church is served by the Luas Red Line. Get off at the Four Courts stop and cross the river on to Winetavern Street. Tickets for the Luas can be purchased at streetside vending machines near the stops.
By Dart: Christ Church is located approximately 10 minutes walk from Tara Street Dart Station.
By Train: Christ Church is located 15 minutes walk from Heuston and 20 minutes walk from Connolly Rail Stations, both of which are served by the number 90 bus which stops on both sides of the quays directly opposite the cathedral.
Male visitors are asked to remove their hats upon entrance to the Cathedral.
Please check www.christchurchcathedral.ie for Winter guided tour schedule (November - February).