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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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This place is so historic with many of the famous Irish authors attending Trinity College, and the Long Library has over 200,000 books dating back hundreds of years old. Excellent student tour guides are available onsite. Excellent Architecture.
We took the student led tour (a few euros in addition to the Old Library admission fee). It was informative and interesting. One disappointing note - purchasing this tour does not allow you early or VIP access to the Library. We assumed it did and...More
A tour of the grounds here is well worth while. It gets amazingly busy with tourists and its best to have a knowledgeable guide. The architecture is very impressive. The Book of Kells and the Old Library are the star attractions. Highly recommended.
You should definetly take a guided tour there. Tours are held by the students of the college. Totally worth it - interesting and funny. Ticket to the Book of Kelts is included into the price of the tour.
We stopped off at Trinity College from a hop-on/hop-off bus where the stop was conveniently located around the corner from the main entrance and joined one of the free tours provided by students. Our guide had a wonderfully dry sense of humour which he used...More
good for walks but can be congested with te college kids n tourists.
lots of tourists. very educational n historical, fantastic for architecture students to see how these were built n lots of nearby old buidings s well
This was a beautiful walk through the historic buildings of the university. You could take a guided walk with access to the Book of Kells for €14, but there are queues for the latter. A seat in the grounds with the sun shine was a...More
Response from ReadySetJet4ever | Reviewed this property |
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.
Response from avmh5angela | Reviewed this property |
Most hotels you have booked to stay have a luggage room and will store your luggage until it's time to check in. We arrived in Dublin at 7:00am, took a taxi to our hotel, dropped our luggage off then went to Trinity College... More
Most hotels you have booked to stay have a luggage room and will store your luggage until it's time to check in. We arrived in Dublin at 7:00am, took a taxi to our hotel, dropped our luggage off then went to Trinity College. The lines move very quickly. We did not book on line and spent about 15 minutes on line