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Dublin's Time Capsule - 14 Henrietta Street

outside 14 henrietta museum dublin

Open the door to one of Dublin's most iconic buildings and experience 300 years of rich history at one address. 14 Henrietta Street is a Georgian townhouse that transformed into a tenement dwelling and is now a social history museum.

The location endured a 10 year rescue within the Dublin City Heritage Plan resulting in a magnificent transformation. Visitors can explore a variety of traditional and admirable work inside the museum which is home to rare memories, objects, and artistic responses that add to the venues character.

Each room represents an interesting story while the amazing and knowledgeable guides bring every setting to life in a unique way by exploring the sites past including politics, family life, and other significant impacts.


The different layers of Dublin are continuously being uncovered at 14 Henrietta Street as the collection of memories from local residents, historians, and citizens grows as time passes.

The attraction is located a stone throw away from Stop 2 on our Hop-On Hop-Off Tour route. For more information on 14 Henrietta Street, check out their website here.


Other great museums that we pass by include the Museum of Literature Ireland and Dublinia Museum.

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