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- Opening Times: Monday to Friday 09.00-17.30(last admission 17.00) Saturday 09.00-18.00/09.00-17.00(November to February) Sunday:09.00-11.00, 12.30-15.00,16.30-18.30,9.00-11.00,12.30-15.00 (November to February) Last admission is 30 minutes before closing.
- Times of Services: Sunday services 8.30 to 9.00 Holy Eucharist, 11.15 - 12.30 Holy Eucharist, Matins and 15.15 to 16.30 Evensong. Monday to Friday 09.40 to 10.10 Matins (school term only)and 17.45 to 18.30 Evensong. Saturday 11.05 to 11.30, Holy Eucharist. Please check cathedral's website.
- Facilities: Parking for coaches in Saint Patrick’s Close. Wheelchair access, toilet facilities, bookshop, leaflet and guidebooks in a large number of languages. Voucher system (call 01 453 9472 for details). Please note that tours are self-guided.
- Directions: Buses: 49, 49a, 54A, 77, 77a, 150 and 151
- Admission Prices: Adult €5.50, concessions €4.50 and family (2 adults and 2 children under 18 years old) €15. Group admission prices, adult €4.50 and student €4.
St Patrick's CathedralDublin City Dublin - Ireland East
St. Patrick’s Cathedral dates from 1220 and since then the house of worship has been one of Dublin City’s most prominent landmarks. The cathedral is named in honour of Ireland’s patron saint, who is thought to have baptised patrons in an adjacent well. St Patrick’s has a rich history. Writer and satirist Jonathan Swift served as dean from 1713 to 1747. Additionally, the first performance of Handel's Messiah occurred here in 1742. It was sung by the combined choir of St Patrick's and Christ Church. Today, two daily services continue to be offered. There is also a permanent exhibition, Living Stones, which celebrates the cathedral’s place in the life of the city, its history and its role at the dawn of the third millennium.
ContactoTeléfono+353 (0)14 53 9472
Fax:+353 (0)1 454 6374
Página web: www.stpatrickscathedral.ie
dirección: St Patrick's Close, Dublin City, Co Dublin, Dublin 8, Republic of Ireland