Leinster House is open Monday to Friday. Members of the public may visit on official business.

Information for visitors

All visitors must enter through the visitors' entrance on Kildare Street beside the National Museum of Archaeology.


  • Bring photo ID, such as a passport or driving licence
  • Arrive at the Kildare Street gate 15 minutes before your appointment or tour
  • Avoid bringing large bags
  • Notify us if you have any special requirements such as disability access

Tours cancelled due to Covid-19 pandemic

Tours and other non-essential visits to Leinster House are cancelled until further notice due to Covid-19.

This is to protect the welfare of all who work in Leinster House and to keep the Houses of the Oireachtas open for its core legislative business.

Virtual 3D tour

Virtual tour

Virtual 3D tour

While we have to keep our doors closed to visitors due to Covid-19, we invite you to come on a virtual stroll through Leinster House with our 3D tour.

People with disabilities

Do you need assistance to access the Houses of the Oireachtas? Contact the access officer, Michael O'Brien, michael.obrien@oireachtas.ie / +353 (0) 1 618 4556.

The access officer is available in accordance with section 26(2) of the Disability Act 2005.

Tours in ISL can be arranged through our our ISL interpreters. Contact isl@oireachtas.ie.

Find us

Leinster House is on Kildare Street in Dublin 2, between the National Library and the National Museum of Archaeology.

All visitors must enter through the visitors’ entrance on Kildare Street.


Leinster House visitors' entrance

Visitors' entrance to Leinster House

Visitor safety and security

Visitor safety and security

Read our policy on conditions of entry to the Leinster House complex.