14 Henrietta Street in Dublin
14 Henrietta Street in Dublin

14 Henrietta Street in Dublin

Are you a lover of history? If so, when visiting Dubin, make sure to visit Henrietta Street! On this street, you will find the house numbered 14, here you can discover over 300 years of history in one house. Through guided tours, visitors will discover the history of these Georgian houses, from their heyday to their tenement later years. The street aims to give an insight into what the majority of Dublin’s residential areas would have looked like in the victorian era.

Where can I find Henrietta street in Dublin?

The area is located in the North Inner City area of Dublin, not far from the Smithfield area, located close to Kings Inns Park.

At number 14, the house aims to give visitors an insight into the lives of those who called the building and the area home. This is done through personal stories and histories, which are explored in conjunction with the history of the area. From here, visitors can also partake in other guided tours throughout the city. Like the Georgian Dublin tour, which will explore the impact that this time period has on the city to this day. So, if you are looking for a day out full of the history and culture of Ireland’s capital, then look no further than 14 Henrietta Street in Dublin!

  • Guided tours.
  • Cafes, Bars and Restaurants nearby.
  • Unique tour.

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