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A magnificent cathedral that houses Jonathan Swift's remains (he wrote Gulliver's Travels). It is the only remaining cathedral in Ireland with a daily sung services. A small entrance fee is charged for tourists and all money raised goes back to...more
I'm not religious, let's get that clear.
The building was impressive, there's so much history to take in. I lit a candle for my loved ones and added a leaf to the tree of remembrance.
It's pricey to get in, for what little time we...More
If your into your Irish/English history this is a good spot to see. One of the many churches in dublin thats steeped in Irish history. A top tourist Attraction, that most dubliners dont frequent but thats the norm for the locals. Well worth a visit
Katherine was my tour guide. She was amazing. Katherine was knowledgeable, projected her voice loud enough for the large group to hear. I loved how she pointed out the small details and seemed to genuinely enjoy her job. She had a sense of humor and...More
An incredible historical stop.
Be sure and get the headset or take the tour. There a just too much to see without some assistance. Fees are involved.
Go early so that you are not rushed. If you go later in the day, the tours will...More
Saints, Sinners, and Scholars have walk through those Holy doors
Shocked to find out that it is NOT Catholic Cathedral
that it was seized by the English during King Henry reign
Will we ever learn to get along
St Patrick pray for us
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There is a fee to enter the Cathedral. For those visiting outside of organised groups there are free guided tours available (once in the building) which run regularly throughout the day. Ask at the front desk when you arrive... More
There is a fee to enter the Cathedral. For those visiting outside of organised groups there are free guided tours available (once in the building) which run regularly throughout the day. Ask at the front desk when you arrive about when the next one is happening