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Leinster House, Dublin

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  • I recommend emailing Leinster House ahead of time to reserve a spot on the tour, as spaces are very limited. As someone who has toured the US Capitol building in DC, I was interested in knowing how th...  more »
  • If you wish to know to see and learn more about the national government of Ireland, book a free tour at Leinster House which run twice a day on Monday and Friday. The guide is very knowledgeable and p...  more »
  • Leinster House is the seat of the Irish Parliament, originally built by the Fitzgerald family. The architect of the White House, Mr. Hoban copied the plan for the White House exactly from Leinster Hou...  more »
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  • Was great. Saw most of the tds and senator. Actually was a great tour.
  • Beautiful building. Dáil staircase, and Seanad ceiling never tire the eye
  • The building is magnificent on a gorgeous sunny day with blue sky it looks fab on all photos
  • We asked if we could look around the parliament building and were informed there was a free tour. The guide was very informative and we enjoyed the tour even though we are not from Ireland.
  • I'm so glad I accidentally showed up for a tour. The guide was very knowledgeable and kind. This was one of the highlights of my visit to Dublin.