The Office of Public Works
Dublin Commemorative Sites
In this Decade of Centenary Commemorations, some of the most significant events of Irish and world history are remembered.
The Office of Public Works, on behalf of the people of Ireland, manages and operates sites which memorialise those who lost their lives in the conflicts of 1912 – 1922/3. Four of these, Arbour Hill Cemetery, the Garden of Remembrance, Grangegorman Military Cemetery, and the Irish National War Memorial Gardens are located in Dublin. Open to the public, they provide the opportunity for moments of reflection.
Use the links to each site to find out more about their history, landscape, and design, as well as about facilities, opening hours, and contact details.
Full captions and copyright information for all images can be found in the Galleries. If you would like to use any of the images you see on this website, please contact us.
Any links to external content on this website are there for reference purposes, and do not imply endorsement.