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I was really impressed with this museum, a very good permanent exhibition downstairs and then at ground level, Patrick Pearse's office, the great hall where they had all the visiting lecturers and the art, the plaster casts and the nature exhibits that they actually used...More
Free admission and nice guides.
The house / museum is excellent and the exhibitions are very informative.
The History focuses on the life of Patrick Pearse, his role as a teacher and leader of the 1916 rising.
Do take the time to visit here, i...More
I confess that, even though I'm Irish, I hadn't heard of the Pearse Museum until I went looking for recommended museums prior to my recent trip to Dublin. I walked from Dundrum Shopping Centre (thanks TripAdvisor contributors for your help with directions!) which took about...More
Take the 16 bus out of the center of Dublin to this Museum that was once a school run by Patrick Pearse, one of the orchestrators of the 1916 Easter Rising and later killed at Kilmainham jail. He promoted the education of the Irish language...More
Four of us made the trip to the museum using the local public transport which is good value.
Staff on site were so passionate about the life of Pearce...
I must single out one member of the staff
He made us feel so welcome...More
Great amenity true to it's time. Lovely park surrounding it with hidden ruins to find and a walled garden.
It is looked over so often but right beside Marlay Park. It has a little coffee shop with a courtyard & soya milk!!
Entrance to the...More
The Pearse Museum is a hidden gem. The exhibition is most informative and very well laid out. I would definitely recommend a visit, it is free admission. The museum is surrounded by a tranquil park with some beautiful mature trees. I was pleasantly surprised by...More
This museum is in Rathfarnham Dublin which places it off the usual tourist trails. The sad part is that this is a beautiful location and wonderful place to visit. Why they do not link a trip to Kilmainham Jail with here baffles me. It is...More
We had a lovely walk around the Pearse Museum, garden's and park in Rathfarnham. The admission is free, and it is well thought out, interesting, with a lot of added extras ( bee keeping, and there was also a Halloween display when we went). It...More