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  • Consulate Team
  • Directions
  • Opening Hours
  • Closure Dates

Consulate Team

Consul General: Laoise Moore

Vice Consul General: Shane Caffrey


Directions to the Consulate-General of Ireland

The Consulate-General of Ireland in Boston is located on the 5th floor of the building. We are on the corner of Boylston Street and Clarendon Street, directly across from Trinity Church and Copley Square.

The closest MBTA stops are the Copley Stop on the Green Line and the Back Bay Stop on the Orange line. Please check with the MBTA for bus stops in our area.

Opening Hours

Opening hours:

Our staff are available to take your calls daily from 9am – 11am and again from 1:30pm - 3:30pm. The Public Office at the Consulate is open: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 10.30am – 1.30pm.

The Consulate is closed on Wednesday, except for emergencies.

Closure Dates

The Consulate-General of Ireland to Boston will be closed on the following dates in 2018:

New Year's Day Monday, January 1
Martin Luther King Monday, January 15
St. Patrick's Day Monday, March 19
Good Friday Friday, March 30
Easter Monday Monday, April 2
Memorial Day Monday, May 28
Independence Day Wednesday, July 4
Labor Day Monday, September 3
Columbus Day Monday, October 8
Thanksgiving Day Thursday, November 22
Thanksgiving Friday Friday, November 23
Christmas Day Tuesday, December 25
St. Stephen's Day Wednesday, December 26


Find out how to contact the Consulate-General in case of emergency

If you are in need of emergency assistance, please contact the Consulate-General at + 1-617 2679330 and leave a message on the answering machine. The answering machine is monitored regularly and the Duty Officer will contact you as soon as possible.

Alternatively, you may contact the Duty Officer at the Department of Foreign Affairs in Dublin at + 353-1-408 2000.