Opposite 14 Henrietta Street is James Bryson House, the name bestowed upon 5 Henrietta Street by Uinseann MacEoin, who together with his wife Margaret was instrumental in bringing new focus to this street in the 1960s and 1970s. Read more ››
You might look at the people of tenement Dublin and think they were poor and you might even feel sorry for them but in most cases you would be wrong. These were proud, hard-working people who had jobs and earned a wage to put food on their family’s table.
The suspension of Dublin City Council Culture Company's tours and public programming as a result of COVID-19 will be extended until 19th April 2020 in line with Government advice and in order to minimise social contact to help protect the health and well-being of our staff, patrons and visitors. Read more ››
There is a room in 14 Henrietta Street called Mrs. Dowling’s room.
It’s the last room on the tour and it’s not uncommon to hear in the chatter as groups slowly begin to leave it, how it’s their favourite room.