St Audeon’s Church – Tour of ongoing Conservation Repairs - Open House Dublin 2024

St Audeon’s Church – Tour of ongoing Conservation Repairs

St Audoen's Church (Church of Ireland), High Street, The Liberties, Dublin

Dates & Times
  • Friday 13th October:
  • 3pm – 4pm
Tour type
  • Building Tour
  • Outdoor Tour

Join the Tour exploring the ongoing conservation works at St Audoen’s, Dublin’s oldest remaining medieval parish church. Kevin Blackwood, Conservation Architect and Board Member of the Building Limes Forum Ireland (BLFI) will outline the rational for the conservation repairs, showcasing the use of traditional lime mortars in the repair of the church’s historic bell tower and nave walls. The tour includes a demonstration by fellow BLFI members and specialist stone masons Oldstone and access to the interior of the church which contains a number of 15th and 17th century monuments.

This tour is pre-book only.

Please meet at the main church door, at the west end under the tower.
This meeting point is accessible through St. Audeon’s Park via the High Street entrance.

Accessibility Information
Ramped access is available to the church grounds and visitor centre from High Street.

Wheelchair accessible
Accessible Toilets
Assistance Dogs welcome

Photography Credit
© Sarah Jane Halpin (DCC Conservation)


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