Trinity College

About Trinity College, Dublin

Founded in 1311 as the first University of Dublin, created by the Pope Trinity College history is Catholic in origin. Although a fully operational institute, you don’t have to be a student to learn about the history. Take a tour of the stunning grounds and architecture, the college has its own Chapel the Long Room of the Old Library is famous in its own right. Housing hundreds and thousands of books, manuscripts and ordnance survey maps along with the world famous religious manuscript “Book of Kells”. If you’re thinking of attending the University there have been many notable graduates over the years, including Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett and Bram Stoker.

Helpful information about Trinity College  

Nearest airport is Dublin International and the college is situated upon the popular destination of Grafton Street. Tour prices are €13 for adults (€12 concessions) and €11 for under 18’s (€7 when accompanied by a teacher) and include access to the “Book of Kells”.

The “Book of Kells” is well worth a visit. If you already have a ticket (or wish to view another time) then the guided tour of the rest of the college is available at a discount. Make sure you also visit the free Science Museum, which is within the College grounds, where there are various one of courses, lectures and exhibitions on offer. If you’re visiting after May 2017 then there’s also the Zoological Museum which will be open by then too.

Where to stay in Dublin for Trinity College

If you are planning to visit Trinity College, choose from a wide range of private rentals, houses and apartments near to the college itself. If you are looking to rent in the City Centre, or travel from the outer regions of Dublin it is easy to get around via public busses or the DART railway.

Things to do near Trinity College, Dublin

Dublin is home of Guinness and the Storehouse is a fantastic museum, you can also carry on drinking at a tour of the Jameson distillery or have a night out in Temple Bar. If it’s the history of Ireland that attracts you then there’s Dublin Castle, or whilst in Grafton Street there are plenty of shops to spend your holiday money.

More information about Trinity College Dublin

For more information on Trinity College including: Faculties and Schools, courses for current and perspective students, the Book of Kells, Meetings and Events or other things to do at Trinity College then visit the official site here.

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