what we do & who we are
Old Dublin Society
Members come from all walks of life and span wide age range but all share a love and interest in Dublin. Founded in 1934 to bring those interested in the history of Dublin and Dubliners together and to research, record and share that history Click here to read more
Meetings & Outings
** NOTE : Current Old Dublin Society meetings & outings suspended due to social gathering restrictions.
Twice yearly series of talks at 6pm every 2nd Wednesday from Sept-Nov and Feb-May. Great opportunity to meet kindred spirits who share a love and interest of Dublin’s history. Summer outings to places of interest throughout Dublin City & County
We publish 2 volumes of the Dublin Historical Record annually which are illustrated and contain the text of talks delivered by members and invited guests. DHR is fully indexed and can be purchased, viewed online and is available through JSTOR
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The Old Dublin Society Meet in
Dublin City Library & Archive 138 -144 Pearse St Dublin 2
Public transport: Pearse Dart station Westland Row is 5 minutes walk from the Dublin City Library & Archive. Dublin Buses 1, 47, 56a and 77a pass the door. Cross city Bus routes are 8 minutes away at D'Olier Street and College Green. Dublin Bikes: Pearse St. (No. 32) Fenian St. (No. 63) Sandwith St. (No. 64)
Upcoming Events & meetings currently suspended
THE ENEMY WITHIN: THE SPANISH FLU IN IRELAND, 1918-19,
A young Dublin family, victims of a war and then the flu pandemic.
Author Fred Heatley