14 Henrietta Street | Georgian townhouse to tenement dwelling


Visiting us

Please contact us in advance if you are booked to visit and have any mobility or accessibility issues, to ensure we are ready to assist you to access the building on your planned arrival.

There is one disabled parking bay located at the bottom of the street, however, note that there is a steep incline in the road to get to 14 Henrietta Street.

The building has Part M access.

As the building dates from the late 1740s with minimal intervention in the structure, the steps of the original back stairs are uneven and steep.

Lift access is available for the museum floors only – the administration floors (the top two floors) of the house cannot be accessed via the lift.


Access Officer

Dublin City Council Culture Company has an access officer to assist persons with disabilities to access our services. The Culture Company aims to ensure people with disabilities can access our services, building and information we provide.

Bea Kelleher - Access Officer
Tel:+353 1 524 0346


Universal Design and Accessibility Policy

Dublin City Council Culture Company is committed to developing policies and practices ensuring that accessibility, Universal Design and reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities are taken into account when providing services for Dublin’s citizens, communities, cultural organisations, businesses, and Dublin City Council itself. You can view our Universal Design and Accessibility Policy here.

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