To learn more about Dublin you need to visit this place at a price that is very worth it. you will learn a lot here.
I enjoyed this because it bright me back but I felt the foreigners in the group weren't given any context to done of the stories and artifacts - and as a consequence they lost interest and understanding of the relevance of some things. While the tour guide was very engaging she jumped around from one story to the next without... More
Contact the Little Museum to set up a meeting with a Dubliner who volunteers to give you an "inside" insight into Dublin. We had an excellent experience, met Roger, received voucher for tea or ale at a local restaurant and thoroughly enjoyed hearing information on his city from a native.
We went to the museum because my husband is from Dublin and heard great things about the museum. We all enjoyed it. My kids liked see all the artifacts. There's so much to see. I would definitely recommend it.
This museum isn't as small as one is led to believe. It is full of artefacts and offers the opportunity to learn everything there is to know about Dublin.
For a very quirky and interesting insight into Dublin in 20th century, this museum is well worth a visit. The guides are passionate and very knowledgable. One of my favourite places to bring visitors
Glad to stopped by while on a stroll. Loved the early photo exhibit of U2 plus the telling of Dublin/Irish 20th history through collected artifacts and mementos. Keep up the great work.
This museum is only a few rooms but there was a really interesting free guided tour and sofas where you could sit and browse from a selection of excellent books. There was a photograph exhibition of huge bright photos of everyday Dubliners characters from the sixties and seventies, and it was interesting to see a house on St Stephens Green... More
Definitely take the guided tour. (running on each hour I believe). Great way to learn about the REAL political, social and religious movements in Dublin over the past century with some very intriguing and rare paraphernalia. Very knowledgable staff and friendly! Great cafe down below too. 10% discount with museum ticket receipt. Greetings from Australia, James
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