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Dublinia, located at the heart of Viking and Medieval Dublin is a journey back in time through the city as it was. See a series of reconstructions, a Viking house, a Viking street, a medieval merchant’s house and the medieval fair. Learn the history...more
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The boys really enjoyed the visit. They learnt alot about the Vikings and loved writing their names in runs. It was the science week when we visited it, and so the museum had a little extra for us. People were dressed as the barber and...More
For years I’ve been interested in the role the Vikings played on the isles and how they influenced our culture. The museum added color to the story of the Vikings in Ireland, good information as I made may way through looking at the exhibits and...More
My wife and I happened upon this attraction while we were in Dublin. We did not know the Vikings had such an influence in Ireland. The museum was very will laid out and very informative. The cafe had the best coffee we had our entire...More
It did not take that long to wander through. In places it was quite interactive and this enjoyable. It was not too busy being a Friday in in October so could go at one's own pace. Would recommend for a couple of hours whilst in...More
Really enjoyed learning more about our Viking history and what kind of a place Dublin was to live in all those years ago. An enjoyable and interesting experience overall. You don’t have to be a tourist to enjoy!
We only spent about an hour. - rather last century, I thought. You can get a double ticket that gets you into the adjacent church. I would recommend the new exhibition at the Post Office although it makes one embarrassed to... More
We only spent about an hour. - rather last century, I thought. You can get a double ticket that gets you into the adjacent church. I would recommend the new exhibition at the Post Office although it makes one embarrassed to be British. And if you plan to visit the jail buy your tickets in advance. We didn't and so missed out.