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Kilmainham Gaol Dublin 16.8 mi away
#1 of 115 Museums in Dublin
Its a perfect way to start your stay, other museums and sites you will see along your trip will mean more to you after visiting Kilmainham Gaol.
If you enjoy museums, try to get a tour time earlier in the day so you have more time at the prison museum afterwards.
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Guinness Storehouse Dublin 17.6 mi away
#2 of 115 Museums in Dublin
I recommend anyone visiting Dublin, Ireland to purchase the three (03) days Hop On, Hop Off bus pass because it includes entrance into the Guinness and Jameson museums and the Tilleys distillery (an actual functio...
All the staff in all of the bars, restaurants, shop were so friendly and always smiling! Had a great time learning to pour a pint of Guinness and got a certificate!! Guinness memorabilia museum was great fun too,...
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14 Henrietta Street Dublin 18.5 mi away
#3 of 115 Museums in Dublin
Having visited Dublin on numerous occasions and visited numerous museums etc. this new addition of a museum that looks at the history of beutiful Georgian houses that became overcrowded tenements is superb.
... the different rooms (a 'human tour guide' brings you around, something that is often lacking in museums these days!).For those of a mature disposition (60+) the final room is a treasure drove of childhood memo...
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Richmond Barracks Dublin 16.4 mi away
#4 of 115 Museums in Dublin
The tour is split into three main time zones - the original barracks, the 1916 Rising, its role as a primary school and currently housing a museum.There was also an interesting guided walk around the adjoining cem...
A great museum covering fascinating aspects of the history of Dublin and of Ireland
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EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum Dublin 19.3 mi away
#5 of 115 Museums in Dublin
This museum shows how museums should be from now on, interactive, drawing interest from different senses and very informative and fun, highly recommended on your visit to Dublin and its key to know and understand...
It's the most interactive museums I've ever been in, the videos and touch screens make sure the visitor has all the information at their fingertips, and invites you to listen to the stories of Irish emigrants.
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Irish Whiskey Museum Dublin 18.7 mi away
#6 of 115 Museums in Dublin
From the super cool vibe of the place which was less stuffy or formal than other museums we’ve visited, to the total awesomeness of being able to sip your drink during the tour, it was the perfect stop on our shor...
I took my partner to Dublin for his birthday and he very much enjoys "how it's made" style / interactive museums.... and whiskey.
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Croke Park Stadium Tour & GAA Museum Dublin 19.3 mi away
#7 of 115 Museums in Dublin
Moreover, there is one of the best stadium's museums full of history, informations and interactive games.
Great few hours seeing around the stadium and listening to the magnificent history -museum is great and the skyline tour tops off a great experience with excellent views of Dublin
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Glasnevin Cemetery Museum Dublin 18.8 mi away
#8 of 115 Museums in Dublin
You learn more about the history of Ireland and Dublin in the 90 minutes than in some museums.
I visited the museum and cemetery on the 6th November 2017, The tour itself is an excellent way to find out about Irish history and our guide Alan was very knowledgeable about all the graves visited and any questi...
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The Little Museum of Dublin Dublin 18.6 mi away
#9 of 115 Museums in Dublin
Definitely one of the best (and most unique) museums I have ever been to - set within a gorgeous Georgian building and decorated beautifully (with all artefacts donated by Dubliners over the years).
He was very knowledgeable, but also immensely entertaining, so much so that I would recommend this as a "Must See" attraction in Dublin, even though it is modest in comparison with the big museums in town.
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Chester Beatty Dublin 18.4 mi away
#10 of 115 Museums in Dublin
He donated many paintings to the Irish National Gallery, weapons to Irish military museums, but the bulk of his amazing collection is housed here.
Truly one of the best private museums I've ever been to, and the mere fact that it was free, made it more incredible to soak up all this culture.
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The Irish Rock 'N' Roll Museum Experience Dublin 18.5 mi away
#11 of 115 Museums in Dublin
If you love music and museums, this is definitely the perfect day out for you!
Alan was the greatest tour guide, loved how knowledgeable about every factor of the tour he was and his personal anecdotes about bands and musicians, The museum itself was fantastic and coming from Australia I did...
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Irish Famine Exhibition Dublin 18.6 mi away
#12 of 115 Museums in Dublin
As well as this place, visit other places around the country where there are various commemorative events, museums and monuments.
The museum consists of over 50 poster style pictures, drawings, maps & charts with detailed written explanations under each one that explains the importance of the potato, how the famine began, its effects on the...
National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology Dublin 18.8 mi away
#13 of 115 Museums in Dublin
What a wonderful place to visit and as with all dublins museums its free.was the best one we visited, lots to see including mummies and vikings great displays bigger than it looks on the outside and the coffee sho...
I love museums and our National Museum of Ireland in Kildare st is a good spot if you are interested in the Irish of past..some fabulous jewellery exhibits,there is a Egyptian exhibit on at the moment too.
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Bram Stoker's Castle Dracula Dublin Dublin 20.4 mi away
#14 of 115 Museums in Dublin
Difficult to say exactly what type of attraction this is as it had so many elements to it, there was a live show, there was a haunted house type tour, live actors, there was a museum part, absolutely fantastic and...
And - don't be fooled- we were only allowed to put our phones on to take pics after an hour of scares and don't assume (as we did) that this is a lighthearted museum.
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The Jeanie Johnston: An Irish Famine Story Dublin 19.3 mi away
#15 of 115 Museums in Dublin
The Jeanie Johnston museum has a fairly low profile compared to the rest of Dublin's fantastic museums, but it is definitely worth a visit.
Be sure to combine a visit here with a walk by the Famine Sculpture (nearby on the riverside) and EPIC Emigration Museum (just across the road).
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Russborough House Wicklow 8.0 mi away
#1 of 2 Museums in Wicklow
In the basement is a museum where you can browse wonderful films, photos, voice files and records associated with the Beit family who gifted the House to a trust for the Irish people.
The best art museum in Ireland.
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GPO & GPO Witness History Visitor Centre Dublin 18.8 mi away
#16 of 115 Museums in Dublin
As 100 years passed since the 1916 Easter rising just 2 years ago, there may be a lot of exhibits on this theme in various museums around Dublin, but the GPO exhibit really covers everything very clearly and in an...
Easily one of the best history museums I've been to!
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James Joyce Tower & Museum Dun Laoghaire 23.5 mi away
#1 of 2 Museums in Dun Laoghaire
One of the best small museums I have visited.
Really enjoyed our visit to James Joyce museum, very friendly and welcoming staff, climed to the roof where there are some beautiful views of Dublin Bay, we will return soon, Paddy & Margaret
Castletown House Celbridge 9.8 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Celbridge
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Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again Dublin 18.8 mi away
#17 of 115 Museums in Dublin
Very well laid out with lots of interesting personal artefacts delivered to the museum by Mr Heaney himself in his own car!
National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History Dublin 17.8 mi away
#18 of 115 Museums in Dublin
One of the finest military museums in the world, and also has outstanding collections of glass, furniture and silver.
The location a mile or so out of the city centre means it is quieter than other museums, but it is well worth that short journey!
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National Print Museum Dublin 19.4 mi away
#19 of 115 Museums in Dublin
As an ex-graphic designer I have always been fascinated by the world of print, and this museum is an absolute must-see for anyone interested in the history and technology of 19th and 20th century printing.
It is great to see such a great team of enthusiastic printers put this wonderful museum together and be so proud of the work they do when they are working the machines at the museum.
Newbridge Silverware Visitor Center Newbridge 6.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Newbridge
A bright sparkling space with a warm welcoming Team of professional staff , is home to a fabulous retail space, an extraordinary Museum of Style Icons.. and a delightful Restaurant as well.
The fabulous collection at the museum is amazing and has been displayed in a top class way with lots of information aswell as very important costumes and outfits of wonderful interest and historic value.
National Gallery of Ireland Dublin 18.9 mi away
#20 of 115 Museums in Dublin
Many famous and great museums can be found in Dublin city but the NATIONAL GALLERY , showing beautiful paintings and awesome architecture, turned out to be an excellent option.
We have been fortunate to visit dozens of museums around the world and the Irish National Gallery is amongst the finest we have seen.
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Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane Dublin 18.8 mi away
#21 of 115 Museums in Dublin
Always a friendly welcome and the smaller scale of the building in comparison to the large museums & galleries gives it a lovely relaxed ambience - perfect for quiet contemplation.
As art enthusiasts we have seen many museums over the years.
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Number Twenty Nine, ESB’s Georgian House Museum Dublin 19.0 mi away
#22 of 115 Museums in Dublin
National Library of Ireland Dublin 18.8 mi away
#23 of 115 Museums in Dublin
I found the libraries and museums to have the BEST food options I found in all of Ireland.
One of the great things about Dublin is the free museums and art gallery.
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Collins Barracks Dublin 17.8 mi away
#24 of 115 Museums in Dublin
The only gripe I'd have & it is something I see in a lot of Irish museums & landmarks is the lack of other languages especially French, Spanish & German, when we travel abroad most places have the information in E...
A fitting tribute to his memory, the former barracks has been completely renovated and now houses Ireland’s Museum of Decorative Arts plus Soldiers and Chiefs recalling Ireland’s proud military world history world...
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Olivier Cornet Gallery Dublin 18.9 mi away
#25 of 115 Museums in Dublin
I have been to many art museums in my life, but this one is exceptional!
... whitewashed Georgian drawing room in Dublin's up-and-coming "cultural quarter", around Parnell Square (very near a number of literary institutions, including the James Joyce Centre and Irish Writers' Museum).
National Maritime Museum of Ireland Dun Laoghaire 22.8 mi away
#2 of 2 Museums in Dun Laoghaire
I've been to several maritime museums in the US, but this one is probably the best one I have visited.
This wonderful museum is a must visit it one of Dùn Laoghaire's hidden gems and their tour guides passion for the wonderful museum is infectious on that note I would like to thank the the two guided for a fabulous...