The National Concert Hall is located on Earlsfort Terrace in Dublin 2 which is close to Camden Court Hotel and the Georgian streets of St. Stephens Green. The concert hall itself has an excellent reputation and is classed as one of the best concert halls in Europe. Interestingly, the building in which it is housed was built back in 1865 for the Dublin International Exhibition and was also a main UCD building before the college moved to Belfield.
Camden Court Hotel is within walking distance of the National Concert Hall. A short walk from the entrance of Camden Court Hotel to the National Concert Hall would take no longer than 5 -10 minutes. You can even visit the Iveagh Gardens, Dublin's secret garden along the way. If you’re staying with us, you need not worry about parking the car, taxis or public transport. We have a secure car park available for our guests and our complimentary leisure centre which includes a 16 metre swimming pool, sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi. Click here to view our rooms, best available rates and availability.
The RTE National Symphony Orchestra perform at the National Concert Hall each week, as well as the most talented Irish artists and groups. The concert hall also run an International Concert Series which celebrates orchestras from various parts of Europe, particularly Scandinavia. Upcoming concerts include Left Behind- Songs of the 1916 Widows, RTE NSO Mahler and Rebecca Storm- My Life in Music. There are lunchtime concerts, daytime concerts and night time concerts available.
Ticket admissions vary in price but discounted tickets are available for OAP’s and group bookings. For further information please visit the National Concert Hall website or contact their box office on +353 1 417 0000.