St. Ann's Church
St. Ann's Church
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Neighborhood: South City Centre
How to get there
  • St. Stephen's Green • 3 min walk
  • Harcourt • 10 min walk
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Donal M
Waterford, Ireland404 contributions
Jan 2020
This is one of these places that people pass all the time but never think of visiting. A wonderfully maintained Georgian church at the heart of modern Dublin. Of particular interest is the Bread Shelf, the only one I know of in Ireland.
Written January 29, 2020
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Rusmir
Dublin, Ireland176 contributions
Apr 2020 • Solo
Beautiful old church, located on a corner of Anne's street & Dawson street in the Dublin's city center next to Trinity Colledge. Amazing gothic arhitecture, with old wooden ceilings inside and a lots of wooden ornaments. Perfect photo spot, very nice for sneak peak inside. Due to Covid19 check for opening & closing times.
Written October 14, 2020
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BelaN74
Mississauga, Canada4,240 contributions
Oct 2023 • Solo
Came across St Ann’s as I was in the city centre shopping. Did not go inside but was taken by the beauty on the outside and the striking red door.
Written October 27, 2023
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urbanguy
Richmond, VA4,635 contributions
Sep 2023 • Couples
We lucked out and were there on a day that they had a lunchtime violin/organ recital. Very nice concert in a very nice church.
Written November 28, 2023
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CJTravelerTexas
Texas9,003 contributions
Dec 2013 • Couples
St. Ann's Church was built in the 18th century following the establishment of an Anglican parish in 1707. While there is no fee for visiting this church, there is a collection box with a suggested donation of three euros. I put in ten euros for my wife and me, at which point an Anglican priest approached me and thanked me and told me to feel free to walk around and take photographs. He also provided me with a brochure on the church. While we were in the church there was beautiful organ music playing. This is a beautiful house of worship.
Written December 5, 2013
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Eamon
Dublin, Ireland14 contributions
Feb 2020 • Solo
Beautiful Anglican Church in the heart of Dublin, well worth a visit. Lovely stain glass. It's free to enter, you can make a donation if you wish.
Written February 11, 2020
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BigHugh51
Adelaide, Australia3,651 contributions
May 2019
We were only in Dublin for one day and we attempted to squeeze in as much sight-seeing as possible in a limited amount of time.
In the morning we had walked along Grafton Street, the city’s main shopping street. While there we wandered off down one of the side-streets and eventually came upon St. Ann’s Church.
As our time was quite limited, we did not have the opportunity to go inside this impressive church belonging to the Church of Ireland. Instead, we stood across the street and admired the elegant façade of the church with its twin bell towers and took a couple of photographs..
St. Ann’s Church is located just a little of the well worn tourist track. However, it is well worth the effort spending a few minutes to walk just a short distance from Grafton Street to take a look at it!
Written December 4, 2019
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G and B R
Morecambe, UK1,378 contributions
Nov 2013 • Solo
This is a great place for a quiet prayer. Or they have Holy Communion at 12.45pm on weekdays (see their website: http://stann.dublin.anglican.org/).

When I was a student I used to pop in here for concerts - and I'm glad to see they still keep up this tradition.

On my last two trips to Dublin I made it for the lunchtime service and the welcome was warm and friendly, but not intrusive - just right for a returning pilgrim!
Written February 12, 2014
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blah114
315 contributions
Oct 2012 • Couples
While we were onsite, a tv crew was filming a special regarding BRahm Stoker (he was married in this church). A priest approached and quietly told us the church's history. He was warm, friendly, and informative. He guided us on a very small tour of the church, explaining its history, its place poltically, and the age of the pews, statues, and artworks. It was a genuine experience and there were oddly no tourists in this church. Besides ourselves, the TV crew, and the priest, there was no one therein on a weekday afternoon. A short walk from Trinity College, I'd say this church is a must-see because of its history.
Written November 8, 2012
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Marcela12
Melnik, Czech Republic589 contributions
Aug 2012 • Friends
When I was tired of walking in the streets of Dublin looking for a place to sit down, all of a sudden I got a glimpse of a church in front of me. So I walked in being greeting by a friendly man who asked me which language I spoke. Unfortunately they did not have any leaflets in my mother tongue, so I chose one in English.The church is lovely, it is a nice retreat from the bussle outside. You don´t have to spend hours there, but it is nice to sit down, relax and gather your thoughts.
Written August 28, 2012
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