Every visit counts. Revenue from your visit is invested back into Trinity College Dublin to support the academic mission of the University and fund development projects and conservation programmes.
Enter a world of
history & heritage
The Book of Kells
& Old Library
Stay at Trinity
Printing House Square Ensuite Double
Printing House Square Ensuite Single
Heritage Ensuite Single
Heritage Ensuite Twin
Goldsmith Hall 4-6 Bed Apartment
Two Bed Apartment
Three Bed Apartment
Funding The Future
Proceeds from your visit are invested back into Trinity College Dublin.
Discover the exquisite range of gifts, home, craft, jewellery and clothing inspired by Trinity College Dublin. Limited edition collections include exclusive collaborations with Avoca Handweavers, Newbridge Silverware, Jando, Criostal de Rione and Ireland’s Eye Knitwear.
Enjoy lunch or coffee in one of Trinity’s many cafés and restaurants. Soak up the university atmosphere with a locally roasted barista coffee and a freshly baked pastry, or sit down for a two-course meal made from seasonal Irish produce.
It was such great experience! The tour around the grounds of Trinity was amazing, our guide was a 3rd Yr student of Trinity, who was so witty, funny, knowledgeable and passionate – it was an absolute pleasure to listen to him. The Book of Kells itself and the Old Library were not guided but breathtaking all the same.
Impressive University, rich architecture and amazing history. Real students enjoying the fantastic structure of the campus!
This was a must see on my Dublin visit having read plenty of Sally Rooney and Tana French where the college plays a role. The guided tour from a student, Connor, was excellent. As a third year student he was very knowledgeable and gave us a real insight into the history of the college with lots of fun tales too. The Book of Kells exhibition is also a must. An amazing book. And then there’s the library – oh wow! Stunning.