St Patrick's Cathedral
This medieval cathedral is on a truly European scale. This tour of cathedral and quarter will establish how the buidling and surrounding area have become an integral part of Dublin's social history not least by its links with Jonathan Swift and Guinness philanthropy.
Georgian North Dublin
This tour of lesser explored Georgian Dublin will examine the influence of the developer Luke Gardiner (1690-1755) in Henrietta Street, in Parnell (Rutland) Square which surrounds the Lying-in-Hospital built by Bartholomew Mosse, and North Great Georges Street.
Dublin Bank Architecture and Ruskinian influence
This tour of bank architecture will look at Head Office Bank buildings on College Green and Dame Street. Most of these buildings now have new uses. The influence of Trinity's Museum Building on the architectural styles chosen will be highlighted.