Once Upon a Time in Christ Church…

Once Upon a Time in Christ Church…

Christ Church Cathedral, Saturday 18th May 2019

Join visual art storyteller Jean Ryan on an imaginative story-telling walking tour between Christ Church Cathedral and the National Gallery of Ireland. Immerse yourself in a story which influenced an Irish artist and discover the link between these two iconic places

Saturday 18th May 2019
Tour is free but normal cathedral admission applies (€7 per adult, and €2.50 per child)
Christ Church Cathedral, Christchurch Place, Wood Quay, Dublin 8, Ireland

Google Map of Christ Church Cathedral, Christchurch Place, Wood Quay, Dublin 8, Ireland

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