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Underneath the church are five long burial vaults containing the mummified remains of many of Dublin's most influential 17th, 18th and 19th century families, including the legendary Shears brothers and the highly decorated coffins of the Earl's of...more
A friend had mentioned this church otherwise we'd never have known about it and it is a little out of the city centre. The price of €6 pp may seem a bit steep for a small church, interesting as it is a building but let's...More
How often do you get to see mummies in real life? Ones that aren’t wrapped in layers and layers of cloth strips, who are just hanging out under a nondescript Anglican Church in the same area of Dublin that houses the Jameson Distillery on Bow...More
The guide showed us the underground burial chamberes where there are perfectly preserved mummies of Vikings and early Dublin families. Great story teller but you really get a feeling of just how old the place is.
Mummified nuns, crusaders with Brocken legs, some guy with his feet and hand chopped off and even a room full of dead Irish revolutionaries - guarded by two Irish princesses in the gift shop - and all for 6euro. This is a “‘tourism unplugged” one...More
I never heard about this place in any guide book. We went to the Leprechaun museum and the girl there told us to visit this church to see the mummies in the crypts. It was pouring rain and we went. We were soaking wet but...More
I'd say GO!
The church smelled old and musty and if you knelt on a cushion, dust puffed a tad around your knees.
The guide was just spectacular - acting the part of the cemetry attendant.
There are two crypts and they are not large...More
We went here as one of our party loves a good catacomb! We arrived and were issued a nice keepsake in the shape of a laminated and folded info leaflet, which was nice. The church is quite unassuming and settled in with other more outwardly...More
Not just mummified remains which are fascinating and the guide poses so many questions about them! Who are they, why are some of them there? I had heard of Wolf Tone before from the ill fated Irish rebellion of 1798, but not John and Henry...More