Anatomy Building

The building was built in 1848. It comprises 2 storeys above ground. The ground floor consists of various rooms and offices, a large hall used as the dissection room and a lecture hall with tiered fixed seating which can accommodate up to 180 people

Anatomy Building, Trinity College Dublin

Location:

Main Campus (Westland Row side)

Accessibility rating:

Building is accessible at ground floor only

Opening hours

Monday - Friday 10am-6pm

Saturday & Sunday closed

Building description

The building was built in 1848. It comprises 2 storeys above ground. The ground floor consists of various rooms and offices, a large hall used as the dissection room and a lecture hall with tiered fixed seating which can accommodate up to 180 people.

Anatomy has moved to the Biomedical Science Building

The upper floor is used for offices and a coffee room. Currently the only accessible part of the building is the ground floor which is accessible by the main front entrance with an external ramp providing a wheelchair users route.

Facilities available

  • Reception on the ground floor
  • Anatomy has moved to the Biomedical Science Building
  • Dissection Room on the ground floor
  • Embalming room on the ground floor Lecture Hall on the ground floor, Max capacity 180 occupants
  • Classroom on ground floor - Capacity varies
  • Offices not accessible above ground level
  • Viewing gallery not accessible
  • Toilets not enabled
  • Lift: none available