Where: In Person at Richmond Barracks
Join Dublin’s Historian-in-Residence for Children Dervilia Roche for this free, interactive workshop for children at Richmond Barracks.
Step back in time as we trace Inchicore and Kilmainham’s development from Viking burials to the city suburbs we know today. Use maps and other tools to chart the changing face of Inchicore throughout the centuries and learn about the people who have called the area home at different points throughout history.
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For your own safety and that of our staff and other visitors, all visitors attending indoor events and activities at Richmond Barracks will be required to bring proof of Covid-19 vaccination or immunity, and matching photo ID on arrival at the building. Visitors must also wear a face mask for the duration of their visit. Further info on accepted forms of proof of immunity can be found here: https://bit.ly/3iDJc10.
Children under the age of 12 are not required to present proof of vaccination status.
In 2020, the Creative Residency @ Richmond Barracks appointed Dublin’s first Historian-in-Residence for Children, Dervilia Roche.
The Creative Residency programme is made by Dublin City Council Culture Company.
The Historian-in-Residence for Children Creative Residency @ Richmond Barracks is a partnership with Dublin City Council Culture Company and Dublin City Libraries.