Green Street Court House

Photo: Hannah Pinkheard

Green Street Court House

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Saturday 15 October, 2.00pm – 5.00pm

Green Street Courthouse first opened on 10 January 1797. It was designed by Whitmore Davis, a pupil and colleague of Thomas Cooley. The double height courtroom features skylights, plaster ceiling mouldings and cornice. The space includes timber paneled benches, galleries, judge's bench and canopy. In 1803, Irish nationalist, Robert Emmett, was tried in Green Street Courthouse. He was later hanged, drawn and quartered in Thomas St.

First-come basis: Just turn up and look out for Open House Dublin volunteers. This tour is not suitable for children.

Designed by: Attributed to Whitmore Davis
Building Date: 1797
Location: Green Street, Dublin 7