How to get to Dame Street in Dublin by Bus, Train or Light Rail


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From Dún Laoghaire, D?N Laoghaire 42 min
Train - DART


From Dún Laoghaire Harbour 42 min
Train - DART



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  • The closest stations to Dame Street are:
    • Temple Bar, Parliament Street is 141 meters away, 3 min walk
    • Temple Bar, Dame Street is 174 meters away, 3 min walk
    • Temple Bar, Wellington Quay is 321 meters away, 5 min walk

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Dame Street, Dublin
Dame Street, Dublin Dame Street (Irish: Sráid an Dáma) is a large thoroughfare in Dublin, Ireland. The street is the location of many banks such as AIB and Ulster Bank. It is close to Ireland's oldest university, Trinity College, Dublin, founded in 1592, the entrance to which is a popular meeting spot. The street takes its name from a dam built across the Poddle River to provide water power for milling. It appears later as Dammastrete and Damask-street. There was a medieval church of St. Mary del Dam which was demolished in the seventeenth century. Sir Maurice Eustace, Lord Chancellor of Ireland 16606-1665, built his townhouse, Damask, on the site. During the day, the street is very busy, due to its prime location in the city centre. It is a five-minute walk to the shopping area of Grafton Street and ten minutes from O'Connell Street, Dublin's two most famous thoroughfares. The Temple Bar area of the city is located directly north of the street. Daly's Club was founded in the 1750s at numbers 1-3 Dame Street and remained there until 1791, when it moved to College Green. The former Central Bank of Ireland headquarters on Dame Street was built in 1975, higher than planning permission allowed, though this was retrospectively rectified. The matter was debated in the Oireachtas in 1974. The Bank left the premises in March 2017, having moved to North Wall Quay.
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