14 Henrietta Street | Georgian townhouse to tenement dwelling

Introducing our schools resources

14 Henrietta Street is a social history museum of Dublin life, recounted through one building’s Georgian beginnings to its tenement times. We connect the history of urban life over 300 years to the stories of the people who called this place home.

We’re delighted to announce that we have created a new set of Schools Resources for teachers in both primary and secondary schools, who would like to learn more about the history of the city.

These resources use history as a starting point and provide an integrated exploration of the curriculum, with four different resource sets for the different school levels - primary school, junior cycle, transition year, and leaving certificate.

You can view all of the Schools Resources here.

These resources have been designed to be flexible and adaptable for all levels and age groups. These resources can be used before or after your visit to 14 Henrietta Street.

Visiting the museum

Following the escalation of Dublin to level 3 of the National Covid-19 Plan, all public tours and events at 14 Henrietta Street have been suspended from midnight Friday 18th September 2020 until the level 3 measures are lifted.

While we sadly can’t welcome you to the museum right now, we would love for you to explore the history of this unique building in Dublin with your class to learn more about the city.

We’d love to hear your thoughts on the Schools Resources too, so if you have something to share please get in touch with us via info@14henriettastreet.ie

Last updated: September 25th 2020.

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