Last updated: 11 May 2021
Due to the ongoing government restrictions, we remain closed. However, we are now taking advance bookings for tours running from 4 August 2021 onwards. We are looking forward to welcoming visitors back to the house this summer.
Ticket holders are entitled to a full refund if guided tours are cancelled or rescheduled due to government COVID 19 restrictions.
14 Henrietta Street is the winner of the Silletto Prize at the European Museum of the Year Awards 2020.
We are continuing to run Teatime Talks, a series of talks inspired by the history, people and surroundings of 14 Henrietta Street. The Teatime Talks have moved online and are free. If you’d like to explore the history of Dublin through the unique lens that 14 Henrietta Street gives us, you can find out more about Teatime Talks here.
14 Henrietta Street is only accessible by guided tour.
Tours last approximately 75 minutes and pre-booking is essential.
Please note only card transactions will be facilitated on site.
Wednesday - Sunday: Tours on the hour from 10am - 4pm
Mondays and Tuesdays: Closed (excluding bank holidays)
Thursdays: Late opening, extra tours at 5pm and 6pm
Open on Bank Holidays (Sunday hours)
€6.00 concession (OAP, student, child aged 5-18)
We recommend arriving no more than 10 minutes prior to the start of your tour. Be advised that some of the floors and steps in the building are uneven and steep, so please wear comfortable shoes.
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 for you. Please inform us if you are exempt from wearing a face covering. Lift access is also available between the floors for anyone who may wish to use it.
What people are saying ...
“An absolute must for any visitor to Dublin” ***** Tripadvisor
When you enter 14 Henrietta Street you’ll experience over 300 years of city life in the walls of one address. Our intimate guided tours bring you on a journey from the houses grand Georgian beginnings to the tenement dwellings of its later years. By connecting to the personal stories of those who called 14 Henrietta Street home the building’s hidden histories are revealed.
The stories of the house and street mirror the story of the people of Dublin. See the house, hear its stories and discover the layers of Dublin history within its walls.
“It really brought the human side of history alive for us”
-Visitor to 14 Henrietta Street
“Unmissable... Favourite thing we visited in Dublin on our day touring”
Winner of the Silletto Prize at the European Museum of the Year Awards 2020
Best Dublin Tourism Experience (under 100,000 visitors) finalist at the 2019 Irish Tourism Awards
The conservation of 14 Henrietta Street has been shortlisted for the prestigious European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies van der Rohe Award 2019.
Winner of the RIAI ‘Best Conservation / Restoration Project’ and ‘Best Overall Project’ at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2018