Dublin

St Audeon’s Church

  Cornmarket (nr. High St), D8      (+353)(0)1 677 0088     more than a year ago
Beside Christ Church Cathedral, in the heart of the walled medieval city, sits Dublin's only remaining medieval parish church. Built between 1181-1212, under the first Norman Archbishop of Dublin, this historically significant church is dedicated to St Ouen, 7th century bishop of Rouen and patron saint of Normandy. Nowadays, part of St Audeon's is still used as a Church of Ireland parish church, and inside you can see 17th century memorials to the eminent Sparke and Duff families and a 15th century effigial tomb to Lord Chancellor of Ireland Baron Portlester and his wife. Find out much more about the importance of the church in medieval times at the award-winning exhibition housed in the Guild Chapel of St Anne.

Amenities

City centre location

Website

Email

staudeonschurch@opw.ie

Open

May-Oct Daily: 09:30 - 17:30. Last tour/admission 16:45.

Price/Additional Info

Free.

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