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The house was built in 1745, and has been the seat of the Irish Parliament since 1922 when it was formed, it is currently undergoing a significant refurbishment, which considering its 270 year vintage is probably well deserved
This is a beautiful historic building and as an unique citizen of 4.5 million other unique Irish & New Irish citizens I am proud of our heritage. Also I am proud of the fact that we embraced our colonial masters and kept what they left...More
If you are as lucky as us to have Pauric as your guide you’ll find this a very interesting and informative tour! He informed and entertained from beginning to end and caters for all ages from the very young kids that were in the group...More
Very interesting free tour, but usually have to sign up in advance, as capacity controlled. Very personable guide shows you the chamber, tells you how the government works, a bit about politics, and even something of the history of Irish independence. It's beautiful building, inside...More
I was only able to view it from outside as it was off limits while I was there. Maybe it was because...I happened to be there at the exact moment that members of Parliament and a spokesman or two came out and it was announced...More
My son and I were in Dublin a couple of weeks ago. A month before leaving Canada, we sent an email to Leinster house to book a tour of parliament. Sadly, we never received a reply.
On the Monday, the day before leaving, we went...More
Leinster house is located between the national library and national museum where is near saint Stephen green
If you want to visit leinster house you must go to the website and email the government for book a guide
If you booked successfully you will receive...More