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GPO Witness History Visitor Centre Admission Ticket

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    With your voucher in hand, make your own way to the GPO Witness History Visitor center, located on O’Connell Street in central Dublin. Your entrance ticket is valid between 9am and 5:30pm on weekdays and between 10am and 5:30pm at the weekend, with last admission occurring an hour before closing time.

    Inside the museum, you’ll experience the conflict of the 1916 Easter Rising of Ireland from a variety of perspectives. Watch videos, listen to eye-witness accounts from bystanders, see artefacts obtained from the events, and examine the original copy of the Proclamation signed by the Irish government.

    After delving into the Republic of Ireland’s tumultuous history, stop for coffee and a cake (own expense) in the cafe that overlooks the courtyard. A 2-hour visiting time is recommended, however you’re free to spend as long as you like inside the museum.
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    This was probably the best guided tour I did in Dublin (and I did a few!) and for anyone wanting to visit Kilmainham Gaol I would heartily recommend they do this tour first in order to gain an insight into the historic events that led...More

    Date of experience: July 2019
    Thank duck-egg-blue99
    Reviewed 5 weeks ago

    I wanted to do the tour since opening and I am glad i got the chance this weekend as it is worth the visit. The self guided tour is well explained and well laid out and easy to follow. The story and history is great...More

    Date of experience: July 2019
    Thank patrick o
    Reviewed June 24, 2018

    Without doubt the most important building in 20th century Irish history. On Easter Sunday 1916 a small group of Irish middle class intellectuals led by Patrick Pearce stood outside this building and read a proclamation to the bewildered citizens of Dublin. What followed next, changed...More

    Date of experience: June 2018
    5  Thank tedscott60
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