St. Patricks Cathedral
Saint Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin, founded in 1191, is the national cathedral of the Church of Ireland and one of the few buildings left from the medieval city of Dublin.
The cathedral plays host to a number of public national ceremonies, events and concerts along the year. Ireland's Remembrance Day ceremonies, hosted by the Royal British Legion and attended by the President of Ireland, take place there every November. Its carol service (the Service of Nine Lessons and Carols), celebrated twice in December, including every 24 December, is a colourful feature of Dublin life.
Guided tours of the cathedral take place regularly throughout the day. A free app can be used for self-guided tours.
The opening hours and times of services are:
Monday to Friday (09h30 - 16h30) - 09:00 Sung Matins (school term only); 17:30: Choral evensong
Wednesday & Thursday - 11:05 Holy Eucharist
Saturday (09h00 - 17h30) - 11:05 Holy Eucharist
Sunday (09.00 -10.30; 13.00 -14.30; 16.30 -17.30) - 09:15 Holy Eucharist; 11:15 Choral Eucharist or Matins; 15:15 Choral Evensong
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