18.09.2020, 16:00 P.M.
Visits to the City Assembly House and the Irish Georgian Society's current exhibitions
We're pleased to announce that we will be opening the City Assembly House for Culture Night again this year, on Friday 18 September, from 4.00pm to 8.00pm.
The City Assembly House, located on historic South William Street in Dublin’s South Georgian Core, was built between 1765-71 by the Society of Artists in Ireland, as the first public exhibition gallery in Ireland and Britain.
There will be two exhibitions on display, Dublin Fragments: The Pearson Collection in the Knight of Glin Exhibition Room and “Saving Graces”- Conserving Ireland’s Architecture (2000-2020) in the Daniel O'Connell Room. Visitors will be able to go on a self guided tour of both of these exhibitions on the evening.
We will be enforcing social distancing measures within the City Assembly House and limiting the number of visitors to the building at any one time. Visits are available for the following time slots :
No more than 6 people are allowed per slot (from no more than 3 households).
The wearing of masks indoors is mandatory, please consult our COVID-19 Policy for events in the City Assembly House.