The Douglas Hyde Gallery

Verified Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland Location

The Douglas Hyde Gallery is an Art gallery in Dublin located at Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland. Here you can find information about The Douglas Hyde Gallery, reviews, its opening hours, location and contact details.

📍 Location

ℹ️ About

Name The Douglas Hyde Gallery
City Dublin
Phone +353 1 896 1116

🙋‍♂️ Frequently asked questions about The Douglas Hyde Gallery

What is the contact phone number for the Art gallery?

The contact phone number for The Douglas Hyde Gallery is +353 1 896 1116

What are today's opening hours?

Today Thursday, the opening hours for The Douglas Hyde Gallery are 12–6 pm and it is currently opened. Here are the opening hours for the entire week.

What is the street where The Douglas Hyde Gallery is located?

This Art gallery is located at Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland.

What services does this Art gallery offer?

Art gallery, Art museum, Museum, Tourist attraction

Is it open on Saturdays?

It's opened on Saturdays from 12–5 pm.

Is it open on Sundays?

It's opened on Sundays from 12–5 pm.

🕓 Opening Hours

Today, Thursday, May 30, 2024, the opening hours for the Art gallery are 12–6 pm

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 12–5 pm
Thursday 12–6 pm
Friday 12–5 pm
Saturday 12–5 pm
Sunday 12–5 pm

👍👎 Reviews

21 users have reviewed The Douglas Hyde Gallery. You can write a review about this pharmacy using this form.

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Kyle Steever

11 months ago

Cool place! Free exhibition for all, interesting art.


11 months ago


Massimo Maisto

1 years and 1 months ago

Great experience, keep an eye on upcoming exhibitions

Angeliki Chanteli

1 years and 2 months ago

Nice gallery. Not very big though, so I would presume it's always hosting one or two artists. To be honest, the art I saw there wasn't quite contemporary - it was more of a what arts institutions think it's contemporary, but that's what usually happens in these kind of spaces. Would definitely recommend to see if you're an art lover, though. There aren't as many places like this in Dublin anyways.

Goran Gooxich

1 years and 4 months ago

I haven't felt so uncomfortable in a long time


1 years and 4 months ago

A beautiful architectural space, with amazing high quality art exhibitions and lovely books and tote bags for sale

Anthony Kelly

1 years and 5 months ago

The space could be better advertised and honestly could fit more works than are on display. Beautiful space. Hidden gem.

Ava Kitty

1 years and 7 months ago

We enjoyed the show exhibited by Alice Rekab. Spcious enough and clean, quiet and modern space. The bathroom is in the library building.

Dajung Alice Jung

1 years and 8 months ago

Great space for contemporary art.

Juste Augustyte

1 years and 10 months ago

A very comfortable place.

Ken Yuzhou Shao

1 years and 10 months ago


David Lunney

1 years and 10 months ago

Without a doubt the Hyde Gallery is the best Gallery in Dublin. It was incredible I saw Paul Graham's show and his talk, fantastic in handling Luigi Ghirri and Alec Soth's show too and many more


2 years and 10 months ago

I've been to this gallery at the TCD and it's a very nice gallery.

Joe Junior P. Rickerby

3 years and 10 months ago

Very contemporary work of art, and above all abstract

Julien Bourgeois

9 months ago

A very small exhibition gallery space that has contemporary art. It appears to show about 2 artists at a time. Part of the Trinity College complex. It can be good or bad depending on the shows and your taste in art.

Steven Schwartz

9 months ago

Very nice exhibition Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait … More

Pierrette moi

8 months ago

I love this place. It’s my favourite contemporary Art museum in Dublin. The space is very modern square shaped design where it has a Berlin underground New York kind of theme. It’s dark, rugged, grey and concrete but it’s perfect because it brings out the contemporary work out from the artist where you can focus on the art work itself not the space or the architecture of the place.My suggestion would be focus more on the sound system and the light show, to make it going to the gallery form of engaging art experience, you are not visiting the gallery for the contemporary art but for the experience. The space would welcome such idea where time and space can be lost whilst you’re in a midst of the creation forgetting the chaos of the outside world. The building is not the most pretty architectural manifestation yet it host the weirdest art work in Dublin. Take it further and make it interactive so you become part of the exhibition or the gallery itself as a visitor.


8 months ago

Such a cool modern place. It has sort of an industrial vibe - the best thing for taking in contemporary art. The entrance is free, definitely go take a look if you're at Trinity. Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

Kristýna Vacardová

3 months ago

Fabulous gallery Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No … More

brid brophy

1 months ago

Art exhibition, lovely space Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait … More

Fiona McGinty

1 months ago

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