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Underneath the church are five long burial vaults containing the mummified remains of many of Dublin's most influential 17th, 18th and 19th century families, including the legendary Shears brothers and the highly decorated coffins of the Earl's of...more
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I feel like i've been to so many different Churches all across Europe and the UK in the past few months but somehow they never cease to amaze me. Each church seems to have their own unique story and play their own parts in history....More
This church has a very interesting vault quite unique well worth a visit . My Mother's family were members of this church for a long time a d my aunties sang in the choir as a placque on the wall tell you . Please visit...More
I hadn't been to St. Michan's for almost 30 years and the tour is still the same and still great. For some reason this is not on the popular tourist trail event though it is pretty much on the walk between Guinness and Jameson. There...More
This is an incredibly affordable must see in Dublin. It was once billed as shake hands with a mummy (you can no longer touch the mummies, though you are close enough to). Our kids loved it. And our guide was an amazing Irishman with a...More
I found out about this church through a news article about the vaults having been robbed earlier this year and decided it would make a nice stop on our tour through Dublin. Easy walking distance from the Dublin Castle and Christ Church Cathedral. Small unremarkable...More
While in Dublin do visit but check out the tour / opening times before hand.
The tour is excellent and it’s a hidden gem.
It is always a Brilliant experience. If your looking for something strange / different then this is ideal.
We went just to the church on our own and didn’t book ahead. You just show up during the posted block of times. The guide is great and the crypts are cool. They tucked away the vandalized mummy so now there is another there, you...More
And we saw mummified remains and skulls aplenty despite some of the tombs being closed. Perfect place to tuck into for a quick adventure. We took the Luas from the O’Connell Abby street station right to church. From there after the tour, we hopped in...More