Please note that we have reduced our opening hours and introduced timed entrance tickets. We are not running guided tours at this time. For more information, please click here.
Why charge an entry fee into Christ Church Cathedral? Christ Church Cathedral is a registered charity, and we do not receive state aid. The running costs of the cathedral are €1.8 million a year. By purchasing a ticket, you are contributing towards the maintenance of Christ Church Cathedral and helping preserve it for future generations.
You can choose between a self-guided or guided tour of the cathedral:
Self-Guided Tours of the Cathedral
Self-guided tours include admission to the crypt and the ‘Treasures of Christ Church’ exhibition. Information leaflets are available in a range of languages. You are welcome to bring your own guide.
Ticket Type Cost Adult €8.00 Senior (65+) €6.50 Student (must have valid ID) €6.50 Child (under 12) €3.50 Family (2 adults + 2 children) €20.00 Groups (10+) €6.00
To avail of the group rate (groups of 10+), please purchase at the welcome desk or book in advance on 01 677 8099 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org .
Combination tickets with Dublinia are available at the welcome desk or in Dublinia
Ticket Type Cost Adult €18.00 Senior (65+) €15.75 Student (must have valid ID) €15.75 Child (under 12) €9.50 Adult Group (10+) €12.50 Senior/Student Group (10+) €11.50 Family (2 adults + 2 children) €45.00
There is free entry to Christ Church Cathedral with the Dublin Pass.
GUIDED TOURS OF THE CATHEDRAL
Information on our guided tours can be found
If you would like to book a private guided tour for your group, please call Sophie on +353-1-677-8099, or email email@example.com
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As Christ Church is a medieval structure with some access limitations, the below notes are to assist visitors with reduced mobility or vision when planning a visit.
- The Belfry is accessible only on a guided tour and by a narrow spiral staircase containing 86 steps. It is not suitable for visitors with reduced mobility, vision impairments, claustrophobia, a fear of heights or children aged 12 years or under. The Belfry is not suitable for service animals.
- The Crypt is accessed from the Nave by 17 steps. The Crypt can also be accessed by an external entrance upon request, and subject to staffing availability. Advance notice appreciated.
- The Cathedral Nave can be accessed via a ramp at the main entrance. Access to the Baptistery, Quire & Side Chapels is via steps only.