If you are a big fan of unique architecture, you will be delighted with the range of architectural treasures you will find in the city of Dublin. This is a city that has a host of wonderful structures, from the completely modern through to the richly historic. If you want to take in some unusual architecture while in the city, it is well worth hiring a bus in Dublin and paying a visit to The Four Courts, which is Ireland’s main court building.
Despite the name, the area now actually houses three courts so when you hire a bus and visit you will be able to see the Supreme Court, the High Court, and the City’s Circuit Court. The Central Criminal Court was also located here and made up the fourth court until 2010.
Enjoy the history and architecture of the Four Courts
Hiring a bus and heading to The Four Courts will enable you to soak up both the fascinating history and the striking architecture, which is based on designs by Thomas Cooley although another architect, James Gandon, was involved after the death of Cooley. The building was constructed in the late 1700s and has gone on to become an iconic landmark in the city with a rich history for visitors to explore. While these courts were once the location where serious criminal cases were once heard, the relocation of the criminal court back in 2010 meant that the Four Courts have been reserved for civil cases.
If you would like to hire James Mullally Coach Hire to bring your group to the Four Courts in Dublin, simply contact us here or call on (01) 629 0290.