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About us

14 Henrietta Street is a social history museum of Dublin life, from one building’s Georgian beginnings to its tenement times.

History of the house

Henrietta Street is the most intact collection of early to mid-18th century houses in Ireland.

Conservation & Restoration

Dublin City Council began a process to acquire the house in 2000 as a direct result of the Dublin City Heritage Plan 2002 – 2006 and the Henrietta Street conservation pla...

Our Collection

At 14 Henrietta Street, we aim to protect, share and add to the cultural life of the city. We tell stories, make connections, and uncover history.

Teatime Talks

Teatime Talks is a series of talks inspired by the history, people and surroundings of 14 Henrietta Street.We share stories and uncover history related to the house and t...

Your Tenement Memories

We’re creating a record of the urban and social history of our city. 14 Henrietta Street stands in the heart of the city and has witnessed 300 years of social change.

Making a Museum

Making a Museum is a series of short films that take a look at some of the key historical research, conservation and restoration work that went into creating 14 Henrietta...

Our Books

14 Henrietta Street is delighted to present not one, not two, but three publications which expand on, and uncover the lives of the people who lived at 14 Henrietta Street...

Contact us

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