DISCOVER TRINITY'S HIDDEN GEMS
Uncover all that Trinity has to offer with the Book of Kells and Campus Tour.
Take an immersive guided walking tour through the rich cultural heritage of Trinity College Dublin. Learn about world famous alumni, discover ancient buildings and get an insight in to the cutting-edge innovations of Ireland’s leading University
The tour route takes in Trinity’s 47-acre campus, bringing its leafy, cobblestone squares to life with insider access and insights.
Your ticket includes admission to the Book of Kells and Old Library, where your tour guide will leave you after your campus walking tour is complete.
Stepping in to the Old Library, is an awe-inspiring experience, which includes a close up look at 1,200 year old Book of Kells and access to the Long Room which is filled with 200,000 of Trinity’s most ancient books.
Online booking is recommended, since this is a timed experience there is no guarantee that a slot will be available on your arrival to Trinity campus.
Yes, the tours are suitable for families. Please advise, children must be supervised at all times.
Yes, the nearest accessible toilets for visitors are located:
Monday – Friday: The Arts Block (beside the Perch Café)
Saturday – Sunday: The Berkeley Library (inside the front door on the left)
This timed experience that starts in Front Square at the specific time-slot that you book. Your visit to the Book of Kells and Old Library will take place after your tour through Trinity’s 47 acre campus.
Our guided walking tours follow accessible walkways across Trinity campus. Please be advised that from time to time, there may be an area that is not entirely suitable, in which case there will simply be a slight delay on route.
The Book of Kells and Old Library (which you will enter after your campus tour) is fully wheelchair accessible. If you plan on visiting with a wheelchair, please reach out in advance by emailing us at: email@example.com
Photographs are permitted across Trinity campus. However, tripods are not permitted.
Photographs are permitted in the Book of Kells Exhibition and in the Long Room. However, flash photography is not permitted in the Old Library.
Photos of the Book of Kells itself are not permitted.