Powerscourt Townhouse Centre is just steps from Grafton Street in the heart of Dublin city centre. It is an historical building, having served as Lord Powerscourt’s townhouse and courtyard in the 18th Century. Today, it is a shopping centre not only with stunning architecture, but also with many one of a kind boutiques and restaurants.
Powerscourt is home to restaurants, a bar, art and antique galleries, jewellery and gift shops, hair and beauty salons and cutting edge fashion and accessory shops. With many shops specialising in Irish made goods, it is the perfect place to pick up a special gift.
Facilities include ATM, internet and entrance for the disabled.
Open: All year Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm, Thurs,10am-9pm, Sundays, 12noon-6pm. Closed New Years Day, Christmas Day, St. Stephen’s Day, Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Easter Monday & Bank Holidays.
Take the Tour at Powerscourt Townhouse:
Meeting place for the tour is at the SouthWilliam Street entrance to Powerscourt Centre. After the tour, treat yourself to the Wingfield Cocktail or Afternoon Tea in Farrier & Draper.
The Tour Route:
The Kitchen and Cellars – Pygmalion Bar
The Entrance Hall – The Garden
Lord Powerscourt’s Dressing Room & Bedroom – The Bonsai Shop
Lady Powerscourt’s Dressing Room & Bedroom – Pzazz Hair Salon
The Music Room – The Town Bride
The Ballroom – The Powerscourt Gallery
The Dining Room – Farrier & Draper
For additiona information on our Tours times, please visit our Information Desk.