Location

Address:
Warehouse Unit C,
Chancery Lane,
Dublin 8
Ireland.


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Walking:

Map showing route to TOG from the Spire on O’Connell Street

Dublinbikes:

Our nearest Dublinbikes station is Golden Lane.

Dublin Bus:

Here’s a list of buses that travel near the space. But any bus that travels through the city centre will leave you just a short walk from the space.

Parking:

We have only 2 car parking spaces. It is never a good bet to try and park in tog. We share the area with our neighbours, try not to block anyone in (which usually entails staying around).

We’re adding alternative public parking locations as they are discovered. This is a work in progress, information will be updated as we get it.

  • Werburgh Street; choice between the multi-storey carpark of the Jurys Inn, or limited street-side carpark across the road from it.
  • Drury Street; underground carpark, city-centre side of tog. Often does special student/evening rates.
  • Golden Lane and Whitefriar have limited pay-and-display parking (is free after 7pm, and all day Sundays). Is problematic during term-time as DIT evening-students can fill up the spaces.
  • The Quays are also pay-and-display and have free parking from 7pm. But it’s an uphill walk from the Quays to tog.

Accessibility:

The majority of the space is on the ground floor. Only one room (currently the darkroom) is up a flight of stairs. Any classes, workshops, or talks will be held downstairs. However it is an older building, with a somewhat narrow corridor as the main entrance, and heavy narrow doors. All doorways are between 69-79cms (27-31″) in width.

Entrance to the space is via an intercom buzzer through a gate with a smaller pedestrian door inset. If you require the main gate opened please mention it when you ring the buzzer. Finally, if in doubt look up, there should be four duck sentries on top of the gate!

Photo of front gate with intercom highlighted

Front gate, with intercom highlighted


Photo of front gate, with person coming through hatch-door

Front gate, hatch-door in operation


Photo of ducks on top of front gate

Front gate, beware the ducks.