There is nothing to dislike about this museum. It is superb, particularly the display of 'bog people'
This is a great Museum to do after a visit to newgrange. Newgrange itself is outstanding, and included in this museum are some of the pieces of history found in newgrange and nowth that you don't see on the tour. Plus all the other exhibits including a fantastic array of gold jewellery and a book of psalter found in an... More
The exhibits in this museum are fascinating, from the Eqyptian mummies, to the religious artifacts, to the viking findings. I found the bog bodies the most amazing, with a clear indication of where and why some of these bodies were found where they were. The building itself is an amazing example of Victorian architecture, with tiled door frames and decorative... More
I always love visiting here. It is well kept and it really has a huge selection of artifacts to look at. The large whale skeleton and the red deer antlers are worth the visit alone.
Fabulous for all ages. Amazing what has been unearthed in Ireland that most people have NO idea about. Positively stunning gold jewelry from the Bronze Age and other fascinating relics from Neolithic Ireland all the way through the Renaissance.
Great way to spend a rainy day exploring Ireland's ancient past, especially the Viking period and items preserved in bogs
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