Find Us, Our Location

The tours start at The Daintree Building, Pleasant’s Place, Dublin 8. Find us on the map, below.

Pleasant’s Place is off Camden Street, a buzzy part of town, very well served with cafés, restaurants and pubs.

It’s a short walk from the St Stephen’s Green area. Near the top of Camden Street, Grantham Street is opposite Tesco, and we’re on the first laneway on the right off that street. It’s close to the bus stop at Grantham Street/Camden Street, stop number is 1285. The stop is served by bus numbers 9, 14, 15, 15a, 15b, 16, 65, 68, 83, 122, 140. We’re also only about a five minute walk from the Harcourt stop on the LUAS tram line.

10.00 am Monday to Saturday and 11.30 am on Sunday. Tours must be booked in advance.

The tours are at an easy pace and mostly on level ground. Here’s how to book:

If you have a query, phone Julian or Seán on 00 353 (0) 87 695 5976, OR email us: [email protected]

Meanwhile, here’s a sample of what you’ll see on the tour:

At Cornmarket, near Christ Church, there are two St Audoen’s churches. The Anglican church, slighly hidden, is the oldest functioning parish church in Dublin, dating from the early 13th century, but you can’t miss the Catholic St. Audoens, built between 1841 and 1852. Christine Casey, in her highly regarded book, The Buildings of Ireland – Dublin, says about this building: ‘There is no clearer example in Dublin of post-Emancipation triumphalism.’ Note the church sign is firstly in Polish, as this is now the centre of worship for that community in the city.

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Outside the two St Audoen’s churches