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If you are visiting Trinity College and looking for somewhere close to the city to stay why not stay in 4-star Clayton hotel Leopardstown. Located only 11km from the city, with the LUAS right on the door step going straight into the city centre.
Things to go see in Trinity College
The Book of Kells:
The Book of Kells is a must-see artefact. located in the heart of Dublin city. It is one of Irelands greatest cultural treasures and transports visitors back to the 18th century. Trinity College is home to the world’s most famous medieval manuscript of the four gospels depicting the life of Jesus Christ. The library is open 7 days a week and tickets can be bought at the door for €9 for an adult or €22 for a family. A guided tour of the library is also available.
The Science Gallery:
Trinity’s Science Gallery is where the science and arts of the college collide. Open since 2008 the museum has attracted millions of visitors with its constantly changing exhibitions. There is always new things to see and experience. With free admission and opening from 12 noon until 8:00pm daily it is the perfect way to spend a day out.
The Zoology Museum:
Dublin’s Zoology museum is located in Trinity College and has opened its door to the public from the 1st of June until the 31st of August. The historical and cultural museum is educational and a fantastic experience for everyone. It is open daily from 10:30am until 4:00pm and admission is €3 for an adult and €2 for a child.LESS INFORMATION