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Underneath the church are five long burial vaults containing the mummified remains of many of Dublin's most influential 17th, 18th and 19th century families, including the legendary Shears brothers and the highly decorated coffins of the Earl's of...more
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The site is smaller would take 5 minutes to walk through the church and backyard. The tour guide is funny and very knowledgeable of the history of these creeps. The tour itself takes 15 minutes. 6 euros per person.
The church itself is lovely. The glass window, the organ, the WW! honor roll, praying pillows...... But we came to see the catacombs. Our guide, a lovely Irish chap, was delightful. Amazing stories and beautiful adornments on some of the coffins. I wished the mummy...More
St. Michan's will take you into their crypts. It is a small tour, a little creepy, good stories, but interesting and a good stop. The tour is fairly short, depending on the number of people. I was able to just stop in no per-ticket purchase...More
Meaning to visit the mummies in the crypt of one of the oldest Churches in Dublin for years. Finally! The tour was great - guide was very droll, black humour- like something out of a Samuel Beckett play. He slagged (teased) everyone! History of mummified...More
Small out of way church but was so worth the stop. Thee tour guide was wealth of information on its histor and was very entertaining. He had history of the cryptis and the history of the mummies and history of ancient viking church. Definately unique....More
My wife has wanted to come visit this Church and we finally made it. Very interesting to see where Handels Messiah was composed and practiced. The tour guide of the crypts regaled us with stories of the mummies and the history of this ancient viking...More