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National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology
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Reviewed October 25, 2012

A small but very well appointed museum with wonderful exhibits! It's not only free but well worth spending an hour here!

Thank Carole611
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Reviewed October 24, 2012

Beautiful building worth visiting just for that, but remember most museums are closed on a Monday as we sadly found out, so Sunday a good day for museums

Thank Rhianch
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Reviewed October 23, 2012

Non-flash photos are now allowed. This is a great plus for memories! The museum provides free-locked storage for coats and backpacks. Makes for an enjoyable stay. We were trying to find the Cross of Cong.... one of the employees (a giant by Irish height standards) gave us a personal tour of the treasury. Many thanks to the museum for its great, friendly and helpful staff.

Thank gpbraun
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Reviewed October 22, 2012

This is a world-class museum and a must see if you are in Dublin. Here you will gain a much better sense of Irish history and prehistory through the artifacts and information presented. The high point is viewing the 'bog bodies' that have been the subject of popular science, having received much recognition in the press. It is one thing to see pictures but they are simply unable to adequately prepare you for seeing the bodies up close. The museum is free as well!

Thank Michael O
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Reviewed October 21, 2012

What a wonderful find. Explore the history of Ireland. The displays were really well done and ancient gold work should not be missed. Plus it's free! Plan at least 2+ hours for this museum.

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