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The building facade of Trinity College is among many constructed since the foundation of the College on March 13th, 1592. The design is attributed to Theodore Jacobsen, a London-based amateur architect, with the collaboration of Henry Keene and John...more
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I stumbled across a photograph of the Long Room at Trinity College long ago and placed a visit there high on my Bucket List. It did not disappoint. I signed up on site with a walking tour of Trinity College for 15 Euros. Our guide...More
I am a bibliophile so visiting Trinity College was a dream come true. The lines are LONG. So be prepared and bring water. But once you get into the exhibits the crowds do disperse. The book of Kells is lovely and you can spend as...More
Recommend the online tickets as bypass the queues! The Book of Kells exhibition interesting though wish it was more seeing the books rather than images. The Long Room library was beautiful. Would of loved to open some books!!!!!
The tour of the college grounds was wonderful. Our tour guide was interesting and insightful and gave us a wonderful tour of the campus . The Trinity library is a once in a lifetime treat, you will never see anything like it again. It is...More
This is an amazing collection of books and history . The Book of Kells is beautiful . The Long Room is unbelievable. A definite must see for Harry Potter fans. I really enjoyed seeing the Brian Boru harp
beautiful grounds in the centre of the city of dubin; the giftshop was nice and had some lovely books and the library was awe-inspiring I had never imagined I'd be walking through it some day; what was in the notices and display cases was beautiful...More
Trinity is an oasis of calm from the hustle of the city center. Stroll through and feel the history all about you, you can just sit and people watch or enter the magnificent library (in season there can be a long wait) to see the...More
This place oozes academia (the old way). Walking through Trinity makes you feel like the students and academics of times gone by must have felt: completely removed from the burdens and worries of day-to-day life.
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The Authenticity Tour ticket can be purchased at the front desk for 6 Euros. But the lines can be long. We purchased our regular tour tickets online, when you get to the entrance, they'll ask if you want to add on the... More
The Authenticity Tour ticket can be purchased at the front desk for 6 Euros. But the lines can be long. We purchased our regular tour tickets online, when you get to the entrance, they'll ask if you want to add on the Authenticity one at a discounted 4 Euros per person. We made it our mission to purchase all tour tickets online. It saved us an incredible amount of time.
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Hi......yes there is a fee and my suggestion is that you purchase the tickets online before going to Trinity college and/or to see the Book of Kells. There was a very very long line of people just waiting to purchase... More
Hi......yes there is a fee and my suggestion is that you purchase the tickets online before going to Trinity college and/or to see the Book of Kells. There was a very very long line of people just waiting to purchase tickets. Since we had purchased them online from the US, we walked right in.