Victorian Dublin Revealed:

19th-Century Architectural Heritage lecture series

The Irish Georgian Society is partnering with Dublin City Council’s Heritage Office to deliver the Victorian Dublin Revealed lecture series. Delivered by established academics, authors, architects and conservationists, the lectures will celebrate the rich architectural legacy of the Victorians. The series will delve into Dublin's 19th-century built heritage; examining the city's domestic, ecclesiastical, commercial, philanthropic, cultural and infrastructural architecture and place the buildings in their political, social and economic context.  The lectures are for anyone with an interest in the built heritage, and are also recognised as formal continuing professional development by the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland, Engineers Ireland and the CIF Register of Heritage Contractors.  

Venue & Dates: Lectures take place at 6.30pm every Tuesday (*except for the second lecture which takes place on a Monday) during October and November 2019 at the Irish Georgian Society’s City Assembly House, 58 South William Street, Dublin 2.

Ticket Price: €15 per talk or €105 for all 9 talks if booked in advance as a course (2 talks for free) 

Bookings with the Irish Georgian Society online

E: | Tel: 01 6798675 | Irish Georgian Society bookshop: City Assembly House, 58 South William Street, Dublin 2.