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Dublin’s Best Museums

Posted On 17/08/2017

Dublin’s Best Museums

There’s a lot of Museums and galleries in Dublin, so if you have some free time, just book and go to explore, art, history, or whatever you’re interested in.

The Irish Museum of Modern Art: Lots of exhibitions with guided tours, events, and talks. Take a look to their calendar to don’t miss any special and occasional exhibition! Admission free to all on Tuesdays. http://www.imma.ie/en/index.htm

The Natural History Museum: Different kind of animal exhibitions, with multilingual guided books, website translations, a lot of things to explore. Free entry.  http://www.museum.ie/Natural-History

Kilmainham Gaol: Learn about the building and the prison life in the 18 century. Price booking online: €8 Adults, €4 Students. http://kilmainhamgaolmuseum.ie/

The National Archeology Museum: Go back on time and take a look to how was the life years ago. Multilingual guided books. Free entry. http://www.museum.ie/Archaeology

The Little Museum of Dublin: Take a guided tour by a little piece of Dublin’s history,  created by public donations. Price:  €8 to €10. https://www.littlemuseum.ie/

The Dublin Writers’ Museum: Are you a book-fan? Get into the Dublin Writers’ Museum and learn more and more about your favourite literary celebrities. http://www.visitdublin.com/see-do/details/dublin-writers-museum#53.354366|-6.263985|16

National Gallery of Ireland: Learn about the stories behind the paintings, with a lot of exhibitions and a beautiful art collection. Admission: Free. https://www.nationalgallery.ie/

The Irish Emigration Museum: See how the Irish people influenced in all over the world emigrating to other countries. Really interactive museum where you can see… and touch. Price €14 Adults, €12 Students. http://epicchq.com/

Trinity College Zoological Museum: All kind of animals, even extinct animals, all together in one place. Price: €3 Adult. http://www.tcd.ie/Zoology/museum/

Dublinia: Discover how was Dublin’s Viking history. You can see how were their clothes, buildings, weapons, and a lot more! Price: €9.50 Adult, €8.50 Students. http://www.dublinia.ie/

 

 

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