King’s Inns

sights / Architecture

King’s Inns information

Dublin , Ireland
Henrietta St
Getting there
Tram: Four Courts
Bus: 25, 25A, 66, 67, 90, 134 from city centre
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Opening hours
closed to the public
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Home to Dublin’s legal profession (and where barristers are still trained), King’s Inns occupies a classical building built by James Gandon between 1795 and 1817 on Constitution Hill, with Francis Johnston chipping in with the cupola. A fine example of Georgian public architecture, the building itself is, alas, only open to members and their guests.