Grangegorman Tours - Open House Dublin 2022
Outdoor Tour

Grangegorman Tours

TU Dublin, Grangegorman Campus, Grangegorman Lower, Dublin 7
11am – 12pm
12pm – 1pm
1pm – 2pm
11am – 12pm
12pm – 1pm
1pm – 2pm
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Grangegorman City Drawing South showing the site with existing and completed buildings, buildings in design and transparent boxes for buildings yet to come. Printmaking Workshop in the public realm. It is a single-storey grey structure with a saw-tooth roof. A cyclist and pedestrians pass by on the hard landscaped path with planting to either side.

On the Grangegorman site are a range of 19th century buildings, once pioneering examples of their kind, sitting alongside new, modern buildings in what is becoming a community, health and education campus. These buildings are being integrated into a public realm that has been designed to be people-centred and which will form half of the 73 acre site on completion.

The redevelopment broke ground in 2010 and has since restored seven of the site’s eleven protected structures, delivered two state-of-the-art healthcare buildings, including the replacement for St Brendan’s Hospital, become home to 10,000 TU Dublin students in two major purpose-built quads for Ireland’s first technological university, and provided key community amenities including parkland, sports fields and a children’s playground.

Join the Grangegorman Development Agency to tour the campus and explore how the Grangegorman Masterplan came to be, where we are now and what’s still to come in this major regeneration project.

 

The meeting point is outside the Printmaking Workshop behind the Clock Tower building on Grangegorman Lower.

Booking is required as places are limited.


Accessibility Information

The campus is accessibility friendly – all routes are suitable for wheelchair users/pushchairs and there are plenty of benches for people to rest on throughout the tours as needed. There is access to universal restrooms.

Wheelchair accessible, Accessible Toilets, Assistance Dogs welcome


Photography Credit
© Image 1: platenbaustudio; Image 2: Aisling McCoy

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