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02 March 2022

Teatime Talks: Thomas Bryan - one of the 'Forgotten 10’ of the War of Independence with Colin Ring

Our Teatime Talk 'Thomas Bryan - one of the Forgotten 10’ of the War of Independence’ with Colin Ring is now available to watch on our YouTu...

24 February 2022

Culture Club: A History of Lemon's Pure Sweets

Explore the history of one of Dublin’s most famous names in confectionery, Lemon’s Pure Sweets.

24 February 2022

Culture Club: Mary Wollstonecraft, the 'Mother of Modern Feminism'

Join us for this discussion on the life of the writer, philosopher, and advocate of women's rights Mary Wollstonecraft.

11 February 2022

Culture Club: What's in a name? Dublin Street Names

Explore how Dublin streets came to be named and renamed over the centuries in this online talk.

08 February 2022

March Teatime Talks: Flora Mitchell - Depicting Tenement Dublin

Join Dr Kathryn Milligan as she discusses the work of artist Flora Mitchell.

04 February 2022

Guided Tour of 14 Henrietta Street as Gaeilge

Nuair a iontrálann tú 14 Sráid Henrietta gheobhaidh tú blaiseadh ar stair na cathrach a ghabhann siar breis agus trí chéad bliain i mballaí ...

20 December 2021

February Teatime Talk: Mary Wollstonecraft at 15 Henrietta Street

Join historian Fergus Whelan to discuss the life of the writer, philosopher, and advocate of women's rights

17 December 2021

January Teatime Talk:How the retail industry changed the face of Dublin City Centre (1750 – 2000)

Join us for the first Teatime Talk of 2022

08 December 2021

Recruitment Call: Visitor Experience Coordinator (now closed)

Dublin City Council Culture Company is seeking a Visitor Experience Coordinator

02 December 2021

The writing on the wall

Gillian Ryan shares her thoughts about a unique piece of graffiti in the house

02 December 2021

Christmas Opening Hours 2021

Visit us over the Christmas break

26 November 2021

December Teatime Talk: Solving the tenements? Dublin Corporation and the housing question, 1880-1940

Dr Ruth McManus will explore the approach taken by Dublin Corporation to address the city’s housing problems in the 1800s.


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.