Saint Patrick’s Cathedral
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Saint Patrick’s Cathedral is located in Dublin 8 and is the National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland. While the cathedral is a place of worship it is also a very popular tourist attraction and hosts a number of events each year.
Saint Patrick’s Cathedral was found in 1191 and is steeped in history, which you can learn all about when you visit. Free guided tours take place throughout the day, where you can learn more about the Cathedral or you can wonder around the magnificent building yourself.
At certain times during the day you will hear the cathedral bells ringing, which is a favourite amongst visitors. If you wish to attend mass, services take place daily and all are welcome to attend.
Once you have enjoyed your visit in the cathedral be sure to stop by the gardens which are part of the grounds, you can take a break and watch the world go by while enjoying the beautiful flowers. St. Patrick’s Cathedral is easily accessible from the Spencer Hotel. You can catch the 151 bus, which will leave you a 2-minute walk from the cathedral. You can also walk through the city, which will take you about 30 minutes.
Location: St Patrick’s Close, Wood Quay, Dublin 8
T: 01 4539472
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