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18 May 2021

2 June Teatime Talk: Bally-far-out

Join us for this special Teatime Talk to mark the publication of the book 14 Henrietta Street; From Tenement to Suburbia, 1922 - 1979 by Don...

18 May 2021

14 Henrietta Street publishes three new books

14 Henrietta Street is delighted to present three publications which expand on, and uncover the lives of the people who lived at 14 Henriett...

18 May 2021

30 June Teatime Talk: Georgian Beginnings

Historian and author Dr Melanie Hayes discusses her new book 'Georgian Beginnings' and explores the first families ...

06 May 2021

14 Henrietta Street wins European Museum prize

14 Henrietta Street has won a prestigious award at the European Museum of The Year 2020 awards.

05 May 2021

14 Henrietta Street nominated for European Museum of the Year Award

We’re delighted that 14 Henrietta Street has been nominated for European Museum of the Year 2020.

23 April 2021

May Teatime Talk: 'Dublin’s Dancehalls & Cinemas'

Join tour guide Gillian Ryan to delve into the history of Dublin's dancehalls and cinemas.

20 April 2021

Seán McLoughlin: The North King Street Bolshevik

The streets around Henrietta Street contain some surprising connections to the revolutionary period and the on-going decade of centenaries.

13 April 2021

April Teatime Talk: 'The Dublin Markets'

Join tour guide Gillian Ryan to discover the history of the Dublin Markets.

09 April 2021

Factory Girls: Williams and Woods

Donal Fallon explores the legacy of the Williams and Woods Factory and the role it played in the lives of Henrietta Street residents, partic...

01 April 2021

Join our free Schools Resources Workshops

We are running free online orientation workshops over the coming months to help guide you through our new online schools resources.

24 March 2021

April Teatime Talk: ‘Uncovering traces of Dublin’s past through old and fading signs'

Join us for our first Teatime Talk, all about Dublin's Ghost Signs

10 March 2021

Join us for our second March Teatime Talk about the infamous Dublin character, Bang Bang

"Bang Bang Shoots The Buses: Thomas Dudley and his Legacy", Donal Fallon in conversation with Daniel Lambert.

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Do you have memories of Dublin’s tenements? Perhaps you lived in a tenement, or knew someone who did. Maybe you worked in or around the tenement buildings. Whatever your connection, we would like to hear your stories.