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I first visited this house museum a few years ago when they had a ridiculous rule that women must take off their jackets or coats and hang them in the hallway before entering while men were allowed to keep theirs on. The implication was that...More
We were disappointed to find this closed after receiving a recommendation to visit from a tour guide yesterday. We checked the website for hours of operation and saw nothing about the closure. We saw it posted when we arrived. We should have checked TripAdvisor.
Excellent house in very nice district close to the centre and parks. Guided tour takes you from the cellar to the attic and describe the way of living that tims. Separate bells connected with upstairs rooms would alert tell staff and indicate where to go....More
This house museum in next to Merion Square and the National Museum of Ireland buildings. If you have time, it is definitely worth a visit. A little hard to find as maps are not consistent with the location. Hang in there, you will find it....More
After watching years for those beautiful Georgian doors all over the Dublin, I was quite excited to see what kind of life has been sent behind them in the early years and this museum will show you that on best possible way. It's like a...More
This was well worth the visit. Begins with a video on the original occupants of the house then a self guided tour. Some beautiful pieces of furniture and paintings. There was a small and accommodating staff. It was nice to have a cup of tea...More
I missed the guided tour of the house recommended here, but still enjoyed exploring the beautifully decorated home at my own pace. There are very detailed and insightful descriptions to read as you go through, describing the items displayed in each room and how the...More