Tales of Medieval Dublin
Tales of Medieval Dublin is a chance for modern day Dubliners and visitors to the city to hear the exciting stories of the medieval men and women who walked the same footsteps as we do today.
Passing through Dublin Castle or by the surviving city walls, only parts of the medieval city can be seen, but underneath the surface of the modern capital the colourful world of the medieval city emerges. From the archdeacon who’s career ended in imprisonment and disgrace to the Mason who repaired the great bridge of Dublin in 1372.
From the mother who gained the reputation as a jezebel, to the peasant who overcame many problems in order to survive the 11th century, Tales of Medieval Dublin is a chance to meet the remarkable citizens of this medieval city and to hear their exciting stories.
Dublin City Heritage Plan 2002 – 2006
This plan outlines how we protected Dublin’s heritage over the period 2002 to 2006.
- Read the Dublin City Heritage Plan 2002-2006 (PDF 4.1Mb)
- Íoslódáil an Plean Oidhreachta na Cathrach 2002-2006 (PDF 4.1Mb)