The Synod Hall

In the Synod Hall, linked to Christ Church Cathedral by an arch, an exhibition, Dublinia, reviews the early centuries of local history (1170-1540) using objects loaned by the National Museum, a model of the town (on the upper floor), plus reconstructions of the Wood Quay docks and a medieval merchant's house. From the top of St Michael's Tower (96 steps) there is an attractive panoramic view of the city.

Useful information

Address : 

St.-Michael's-Hill

Phone:

+353 1 679 4611

Price:

7.50 €

Opening hours

[Mar-Sep: 10am-5pm; rest of year: 10am-4.30pm]

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