The Friends of Medieval Dublin formed in 1976 as
a study group to promote interest in and study
of this fascinating medieval city.
Discover how we developed from a small study-group
to who we are today.
The Friends of Medieval Dublin publish the
annual symposium in the Medieval Dublin
series published by Four Courts Press
Get your copy today!
The Friends of Medieval Dublin offer both an
annual symposium and lunch-time lectures
which run between June and December
Join us at one of our many events!
Symposia & Lunchtime
What’s on in 2022
2022 Heritage Week Walking Tours
We’re back. Live and in person!
The Friends of Medieval Dublin will once again be offering walking tours of Medieval Dublin for Heritage Week 2022
Tours are free, but booking is essential for health and safety reasons.
For more information and how to book, please check out our eventbrite link below:
Tales of Two Cities: Dublin and Bristol
25 February 2022
The Friends of Medieval Dublin & Dublin City Public Libraries & Archive are pleased to present a public seminar marking the 850th anniversary of Henry II’s grant of Dublin to Bristol, 1171⎻2 .
On Friday, 25 February, 2022 at 13.45 pm at the Wood Quay Venue, Dublin City Council Civic Offices, four experts explored the historic connections between Ireland and Britain and that watershed moment of 1171, examining the shared history of the two cities through conquest, trade, politics and the famous charter which granted Dublin to Bristol.
For more information, click here.
To view the recording of the first part of this series, click here: https://youtu.be/Vpns5B8ryVA