Find out more about the city of Dublin's heritage and the Dublin City Heritage Office.
Dublin City Heritage Office undertakes a broad range of projects aimed at improving our understanding and appreciation of the rich and complex cultural heritage of Dublin City, both tangible and intangible. It works to ensure that this heritage is safeguarded for our enjoyment today and for the future. Working in collaboration with the Archaeology Office, Architectural Conservation Office, other departments of the City Council and a range of external stakeholders, the Heritage Office implements the City Heritage Plan which is grant supported annually by the Heritage Council. Heritage Plan projects are fall under three categories: research, management, and awareness raising.
If you are a planner, builder or heritage professional (e.g. archaeologist), these documents will help you to protect the integrity of our city.
The Heritage Council part funds the network of 28 city/county heritage officers in local authorities across the country. The Heritage Council’s vision is that the value of our heritage is enjoyed, managed and protected for the vital contribution that it makes to our identity, well-being and future.
For more information on the work of the Heritage Council, please visit www.heritagecouncil.ie
Our publications are grouped into four categories: