Oscar Wilde House



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Really somewhere that most people will observe from the outside, as the house is only open for viewings for large groups. A major refurb has left it looking good, though, so if you do manage to arrange a viewing, you won't be disappointed. Wilde lived in the house until 1878, and more than a century later the building was taken over by the American College Dublin, which has restored floors, including the surgery and Lady Speranza's drawing room.

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Oscar Wilde House details

American College Dublin,
1 Merrion Square

Area St Stephen's Green & Around

Transport All cross-city buses .

Telephone 662 0281

Oscar Wilde House website

Open Guided tours by appointment only (min 25 persons).

Admission €8.