Viking Dublin at Dublinia

Dublinia, located at the heart of Viking and Medieval Dublin is a journey back in time through the city as it was. See a series of reconstructions, a Viking house, a Viking street, a medieval merchant’s house and the medieval fair. Learn the history of the battle of Clontarf, death and disease in Medieval Dublin, and also how the reformation affected the city. See the Viking and Medieval artefacts, many of which were found in Wood Quay, a Viking settlement in Dublin, and make a flying visit over the city in an audio-visual experience of one man’s life growing up in Medieval Dublin. Finally you’ll finish your journey with a 96 step climb up the original medieval tower of St. Michael. See Dublin from a new perspective and come away knowing more about its citizens throughout the ages!

Admission Fees:
online reservations only

Adult: €12
Senior Citizen: €11
Student: €11
Child: €7
Family 4 2 adults and 2 children: €30

Opening Hours:

Thursday to Sunday 10.00am to 5.30pm
last admission 4.30pm


St Michaels Hill,
Christ Church,
D08 V529

Dublinia is located a 25-minute walk from the hotel.
Public transport can also be taken, our front desk staff will be able to guide you on these.


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