14 Henrietta Street | Georgian townhouse to tenement dwelling

We are reopening

14 Henrietta Street reopened to the public for guided tours on Wednesday July 1st 2020.

The tour, the house, the stories and the memories of those who called 14 Henrietta Street home are ready to be shared again and we are looking forward to welcoming you back.

We would like to reassure you that we have been working hard to prepare for your safe return. We are operating in line with Government guidelines and under strict health and safety protocols.

Below you will find some useful information about your visit with us.

Please note, whilst our guided tours are returning we will not be resuming our other live events or programming for the time being. We will make separate announcements on our additional programming and we will phase its return in the future in accordance with public health guidelines.

In the meantime if you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate contact us at info@14henriettastreet.ie or call us on +353 1 524 0383.

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Visiting 14 Henrietta Street

Opening Hours

Guided tours will run on the below days and times:

Wednesday - Friday: Tours on the hour from 10:00 - 16:00
Saturday & Sunday: Tours every half hour from 10:30 - 16:00
Monday & Tuesday: Closed (excluding bank holidays)
Open on Bank Holidays (Sunday hours)

Pre-Visit

To ensure social distancing and public health guidelines can be adhered to at all times we are significantly reducing the capacity of our guided tours and will be accommodating small groups of between five to eight people, plus a guide.

We strongly advise all visitors to book in advance via our website or phone-line. Please note that we will not be accepting cash on site, but all card transactions will be facilitated.

In addition to individual visitor tickets, we are now introducing a private group tour ticket. Designed for those who may feel safer and more comfortable by staying within their own family units or small groupings during their visit, our private tours are for small groupings of up to eight people.

Before booking a ticket to 14 Henrietta Street, please check that you are adhering to current Government travel restrictions. If you are feeling unwell on the day of your visit we would ask that you stay at home for your own safety and that of our staff and other visitors. Any visitors unable to visit due to illness can contact us to rearrange their booking.

Please note, due to hygiene requirements, we are no longer able to store visitors personal belongings such as coats, bags and umbrellas. We are also unable to store visitors' bikes, scooters and children's buggies on the premises, so please travel lightly.

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During Your Visit

Visitor and staff safety is paramount, and we ask you to kindly comply with our new health and safety measures during your visit.

Please be advised that government guidelines now require that face coverings are mandatory in museums. We will not be able to facilitate entry to the museum without a suitable face covering. Should you forget your face covering on the day one will be provided to you. Please inform us if you are exempt from wearing a face covering.

On arrival at 14 Henrietta Street, you will be asked to queue outside at the front entrance until your appointed tour time, so we recommend arriving no more than 10 minutes prior to the start of your tour. A member of the team will call you in to the building one by one to avoid groups forming in the reception area. Queue signs in front of the building and designated markers will be visible on the street and our team will be on hand for any assistance required.

If you have any mobility issues, please call us in advance so that we can manage your tour experience.

Please arrive on time for your tour, to avoid delays to your tour group.

The tour will follow a new one-way route to allow for strict social distancing. Please follow the instructions of your guide and the tour's one way route at all times through the museum space. We ask that you stand on the designated visitor points in each of the museum rooms, as instructed by your guide, and maintain social distance when moving through the museum.

Hand sanitiser stations and gloves will be available and we encourage all visitors to use good social distancing, hand-hygiene and coughing/sneezing etiquette during their visit.
All Dublin City Council Culture Company team members have the relevant health and safety training.

For more information about making a booking, or visiting 14 Henrietta Street during Covid-19 please contact us at info@14henriettastreet.ie or call us on +353 1 524 0383.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

Last updated: August 11th 2020

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