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The Little Museum of Dublin is open 7 days a week from 9.30 to 5pm and on Thursdays we stay open until 8pm. Entrance to this quirky museum is by guided tour only. Our famous tours start on the hour, every hour. Housed in a landmark Georgian building...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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15 St. Stephen's Green | Dublin 2, Dublin D02 XY76, Ireland
South City Centre
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+353 1 661 1000
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I loved this little gem in the center of Dublin! The guided tour of the exhibition (as well as the one of the St. Stephen's green) was amusing and extremely useful in understanding Irish history and culture.

Thank Maria Paola V
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This museum was great and the tour guides were really informative. This museum is absolutely packed with fascinating history. A must see if you are in the city.

Thank katyeddid2017
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I’m not one for museums about things that I don’t know a lot about however Gary (the tour man) made this experience funny, witty and interesting! So many Interesting things to look at and see! Definitely want to give a massive shout out to Gary...More

Thank Natalie T
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great tour, however the tourguide Fiona was rubbish. Nice rooms with lots of decorations. Not worth 10 euros but free if you get the Dublin bustour

Thank david e
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great little museum with enthusiastic guides, plenty to see and opposite the St Stephen’s Green. I recommend the 11am tour which includes a guided tour of the green as well.

Thank 22jess2016
Reviewed 2 days ago

We went to this museum mainly to see the U2 room -- but learned a little about the history of Ireland in the process. The displays of artifacts are eclectic and varied. The tour guide was informative and kept our attention. Enjoyed having time to...More

Thank PDaBo
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I loved this little museum. The half-hour guided tour by Andrew was fantastic! Lots of humor yet still learned a great deal about both lighthearted and serious aspects of Dublin’s history over the past several decades. The old Georgian building in which it’s housed is...More

Thank Lisa B
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is really worth doing. It is quite short but hugely informative. Our guide Jesse really hit the right combination of information, whimsy and humour. There is a lot to see in this little museum and the tour gives a good narrative to the visit

Thank IrishsquashplayerST
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Wonderful guided tour - history in 29 minutes. Very informative. The rooms are full of artifacts and you can wander around at your own pace after the guided tour. Our guide was very personable and friendly

Thank alieboh
Reviewed 3 days ago

The Little Museum of Dublin may be overlooked by travel guides but it should not be by you. My wife and I made it a point to visit, and we were not disappointed. Our guide, Fiona, took us on a journey through Dublin's past that...More

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IllinoisDiane
April 18, 2018|
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Response from Mosschops1982 | Reviewed this property |
The tour lasts about 45 minutes however would allow a further 30 minutes to look round the other rooms. Hope you enjoy 😊
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Peggy A
February 10, 2018|
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Response from Angela D | Property representative |
Yes. We recommend highly that you purchase tickets in advance as you can choose your date and time of tour and your place is guaranteed. Angela.
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Ciara C
Hi Angela Regarding your response to my review - I'm delighted to hear that there is a Women's History tour of the museum and I look forward to taking it. I don't agree with your characterisation of my review as pointed, as I believe my observations were made fairly and in good faith. Perhaps if elements of the women's history were incorporated into the main tour, it would have changed my description of it as not giving due representation to the contribution of one half of the population in our people's history. Regarding your point about the 'reality' of history being safely described as male dominated - while I don't disagree, given that it reflects a patriarchal power structure, I do believe this places all the more onus on those curating it to bring to bear those elements that exist of women's role and experience, in literature, politics, and indeed domestic life and the life of family, which is equally 'real' history. My point about the tale of the 'contraceptive train' is not that it wasn't represented - I saw what it was - but that it would make an interesting part of the tour narrative.
November 15, 2017|
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Response from Angela D | Property representative |
Thank you for your reply. I do appreciate it. All your points are well made and we have had these discussions within the Museum. Our biggest constraint is size. Given the extraordinary events of the 20th century and as we... More
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