Plan your visit
Experience peace and warmth at ISKCON Dublin, your sanctuary in the heart of the city.
Get to Know Us
ISKCON Dublin is a vibrant spiritual community dedicated to the teachings of Lord Krishna as presented in the Bhagavad Gita written by A.C Bhaktivedanta Srila Prabhupada, who is the Founder of International Society for Krishna Consciousness. It serves as a centre for practicing and sharing Krishna consciousness through various activities such as kirtan (devotional chanting), meditation, study groups, and cultural events. At ISKCON Dublin, individuals are welcomed to explore and deepen their understanding of spirituality, connect with the community and learn the teachings of Bhagavad Gita.
If you're a regular visitor
We recommend visiting only during the following visiting hours for darshan.
Mon – Sat
12:00 – 8:00pm
12:00 – 8:00pm
Bank / Public Holidays
12:00am – 8:00pm
If you need more information about weekly temple events click the button below.
If you're a new visitor
At ISKCON Dublin, all individuals, regardless of race, ethnicity, or background, are warmly invited visit and explore the rich teachings of Krishna consciousness in an inclusive and accepting environment.
We host regular Bhagavad Gita Discussions and Kirtan Events every Friday from 6pm. On Sundays, we extend a special invitation to all visitors to join us at our Sunday Love Feast program starting at 3:30 PM, featuring arati, enlightening philosophical talks, and concluding with a delightful free feast, offering an enriching spiritual experience for all who attend.
When you visit ISKCON Dublin temple it’s important that you preserve and respect the sanctity of this place of worship. The temple is the home of Lord Krishna, a place of daily worship that provides spiritual knowledge and upliftment.
Children are welcome. However, visitors aged 14 and under must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times.
As with most places of worship, guests are expected to dress modestly.
Food (Prasad) can be purchased from the restaurant. Non-vegetarian food is strictly prohibited – this includes fish, eggs, onion and garlic – or any food with these ingredients included.
Please do not leave any valuables at the temple. It would be at your own risk if they are stolen.
Please remove footwear upon entering any part of the Temple building. Shoe racks are provided.
Smoking & vaping is not permitted in the building. No alcoholic drinks or beverages containing caffeine e.g. coke, tea, coffee allowed on the premises.
There is limited parking infront of the temple however there are carparks available near by, Jervis Shopping Centre or Apcoa which are less than a 5 minute walk.
Unfortunately there are no available lifts for people whom are hard of walking. It takes three flights of stairs until you reach the temple room.
Govinda's restaurant is available on the ground floor, serving delicious vegan and vegetarian dishes.