Churches in Dublin

Dublin is home to numerous striking churches and cathedrals that are well worth visiting. Find out which ones are essential, as well as the most popular museums and monuments.

Our favorite churches

Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral is also called the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity and is currently the oldest Anglican church in Dublin.

St Patrick's Cathedral

St Patrick’s Cathedral is Ireland’s largest church and was founded near the well where the patron saint of Ireland baptized the converted around 450AD.

St. Michan's Church

St. Michan’s Church was for many centuries the only church in Dublin on the north side of River Liffey. It's famous for its somber crypt.

Other churches in Dublin

St. Audoen's Church

St. Audoen’s Church was erected between 1181 and 1212 and is one of Ireland’s oldest medieval churches and the only parish of its time still standing.

St Mary's Pro Cathedral

Affectionately nicknamed ‘Pro’, St. Mary’s Pro Cathedral was established between 1815 and 1825 on the ruins of the Cistercian Abbey of St. Mary.

St. Ann's Church

Built at the beginning of the 18th century, St. Ann’s Church has become one of Dublin’s most popular parishes by virtue of its generosity.

St. Teresa's Church

Situated between Grafton Street and Clarendon Street, St. Teresa’s Church is a haven of peace amidst the bustle of Dublin’s city centre.

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