Enjoy lunch beneath a stained glass window and an original Renatus Harris built organ, take a self guided tour and visit the bust of Arthur Guinness who was married here in 1761. You can also visit the burial crypts, the final resting place of Lord Norbury, The Hanging Judge, and you will realise why The Church has established itself as a popular visitor attraction in Dublin City centre.
The bar serves casual pub grub from 12pm to 9pm throughout the venue, and the surrounding terrace is perfect for alfresco diners and summer BBQ’s. The Basement Cellar is a perfect city centre event space and Bar 1701 can cater for groups of 60 to 100 people.
What Makes Us So Special?
- Wheelchair Accessible
- 0.4km from the Spire in City Centre
- 10km from Dublin Airport
The 17th Century Church stands tall and proud on the corner of Mary & Jervis Street, Dublin 1, and is a hive of activity, bringing cultures, friends & families together and in a roundabout way, fulfilling it’s it’s original purpose. What makes The Church unique, apart from aside from the building, is that it is a one stop shop – merging all things social. They also have 2 private rooms for Large Networking events. Come and experience the Best Dublin has to offer in one of the most Unique Buildings in Ireland.