St. Audoen's is Dublin's earliest surviving medieval church. The 12th-Century tower is believed to be the oldest in Ireland, and its three bells date from 1423. The 15th century nave also remains intact. The church stands in an attractive churchyard with well-maintained lawns and shrubs. Next door stand St. Audoen's Catholic Church, completed in 1847. In the basement is an audiovisual presentation on pre-Viking Ireland.
Note: Map is an approximate indication ONLY. Please contact St. Audoen's Church for directions and precise location prior to your visit.