14 Henrietta Street | Georgian townhouse to tenement dwelling

Send us your questions for #AskACurator

We are very excited to participate in #AskaCurator this year on Wednesday 16th September!

Now in its tenth year, #AskACurator is a day where museums all over the world answer questions from the public, and we want to hear from you.

14 Henrietta Street is a building that tells the history of Dublin.

From its earliest beginnings as a desirable address for wealthy families to its transformation into a tenement that was home to over 100 people by 1911, the house has many stories to tell.

So have you ever wondered about 14 Henrietta Street? Is there anything you’d like to know about the former residents - from Lord Molesworth to the Dowlings (one of the last families that left the house)? Maybe you’d like to know about what a day in the life was like for a resident? What games did children play? What did people eat in the 1800s? Or maybe you’d like to know more about what goes on behind the scenes of the museum?

There is no question too big or too small.

Follow us on social media to ask a question or email us at info@14henriettastreet.ie

Our wonderful team of tour guides are standing by and we look forward to sharing their answers on the 16th!

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