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Saturday 13 October, 11.00am – 5.00pm

Number 11 was built as one of the first townhouses alongside Number 10 on Dublin's very first Georgian square, and later became the primary representation of new 20th Century local democracy. It's a prime example of Georgian splendour and late 10th Century arts and crafts and is home to the magnificent Council Chamber. Visitors will be guided through the other downstairs rooms also.

First-come basis: Just turn up and look out for Open House Dublin volunteers.

Designed by: Original architect unknown / built by Luke Gardiner
Building Date: 1750
Location: 11 Parnell Square East, Dublin 1

People like you make Open House Dublin possible!

Open House Dublin is presented by the Irish Architecture Foundation (IAF): a non-profit arts organisation that communicates the value of architecture.

The IAF presents Open House Dublin each year as just one part of a rich and unique offering. Our year-round programme includes exhibitions, talks, film screenings, symposia, competitions, publications, school and community workshops. You can help to secure our future by becoming an IAF member, or simply by donating directly.

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Members enjoy perks which include: beating the OHD queues, private tours, partner discounts; and limited-edition IAF publications and prints. Architects can also claim structured CPD at all IAF events.