Iveagh House

Photo: David Soanes

Iveagh House

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Saturday 13 October, 11.00am – 5.00pm

Iveagh House, now home to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, was first designed in 1736 by Richard Cassels and remodelled in the 19th Century, when a Portland Stone facade was added. Behind this facade is a large house dating from three distinct periods with a highly decorated sumptuous interior. Tours will include the representational areas of Iveagh House.

First-come basis: Just turn up and look out for Open House Dublin volunteers. Iveagh House is a working Government Office and some restrictions may need to be imposed on the day in relation to access and photography. In this case, members of the public will be given appropriate guidance at the start of the tour. Wheelchair accessible.

Designed by: Richard Cassels
Building Date: 1736
Location: 80 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2

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