The Irish Museum of Modern Art is located in the 17th century Royal Hospital Kilmainham. Set in magnificently restored facilities, it houses an innovative conference and banqueting centre, catering for a wide variety of events, from formal Presidential and Governmental dinners, to smaller receptions and seminars. Its modern facilities and prime location make it the ideal destination for conferences, workshops, receptions, lunches, dinners, gala banquets and concerts.
Being one of the countries premier Banqueting venues, we pride ourselves on maintaining a high standard of cuisine coupled with personal service and attention. This is enhanced by our policy of hosting only one event at any one time.
Situated on the edge of Dublin City opposite Heuston Station and close to the M50, this historical and tranquil venue enjoys an ideal location and is easily accessible from all routes. Catering for groups up to a maximum of 700 guests and providing free car parking facilities for over 600 cars the Royal Hospital Kilmainham has proven to be an unrivalled setting.
The entire banqueting wing, which is typical 17th century in style, was the soldiers dining, religious and recreational area. The high ceilings and magnificent windows inherited from this classical period, offer an airy and versatile space for modern day use. All the rooms provide a unique backdrop for conferences and dining alike. The stained glass windows in both the Great Hall and Baroque Chapel can be blacked out for audio visual purposes, and portable staging is available to service your individual needs.
The Irish Museum of Modern Art creates a stylish backdrop for formal dinners and business lunches alike. While its spaciousness makes it an ideal location for concerts and award ceremonies, having direct access to the building's enclosed courtyard, it is also well appointed for product launches. As the North Range is serviced with lifts and disabled bathroom facilities, it is easily accessible for wheelchair users.