Chris Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral Events 

Christ Church Cathedral (founded c.1028) is the spiritual heart of Dublin City, and one of Ireland's top visitor attractions. It is also a wonderful events venue and we are pleased to present our progamme of events for the year. It's ever-changing, so please visit us often. The events presented below are in date order and most are bookable online. You can also filter them by month, or by your interests.

4 Events based on your selection.


This Month / Next Month

Nature Journal Workshop with Illustrator Melissa Doran (for 8-12 year olds) - Heritage Week
Tuesday, August 22, 2017 (14:00hrs)

Nature Journal Workshop with Illustrator Melissa Doran (for 8-12 year olds) - Heritage Week

Join illustrator Melissa Doran (Naturama and My Nature Journal) to start your very own nature journal, discovering the wildlife around Christ Church Cathedral as part of Heritage Week 2017. All materials will be provided and places are limited to 10 children.

Children's Monks' Tour of Christ Church  (for 7 - 10 year olds) - Heritage Week
Tuesday, August 22, 2017 (12:00hrs)

Children's Monks' Tour of Christ Church (for 7 - 10 year olds) - Heritage Week

As part of our Crypt Open Afternoon, we will be running a fascinating ‘Monks’ Tour’ aimed a 7 -10 year olds. Children have the chance to dress up in their own little monks’ habits and learn all about the monks who lived at Christ Church, what they ate, what they wore and what they did every day!

Dublin's Subterranean Treasury Tour - Heritage Week
Tuesday, August 22, 2017 (14:30 & 16:00)

Dublin's Subterranean Treasury Tour - Heritage Week

Roy Byrne will lead this fascinating Tour focusing on the wonderful artifacts on display in the crypt.

1017 - 2017 Walking Tour of Christ Church Cathedral and environs - Heritage Week
Wednesday, August 23, 2017 (13:15hrs)

1017 - 2017 Walking Tour of Christ Church Cathedral and environs - Heritage Week

Step through 1000 years of history with this short walking tour of the cathedral and neighbourhood in the company of historian Mike Neill, including access to nearby St. Werburgh's Church.