Category Archives: National Museum of Ireland

Country Life Museum Turlough Mayo

Country Life Museum Turlough Mayo

Country Life Museum Turlough Mayo is part of the National Museums of Ireland and explores traditional ways of life in Ireland through trades, crafts, farming, hunting, fishing, domestic life and festivals. Exhibitions cover traditional ways of life in Ireland dating from the 1850s and offer a fascinating glimpse of rural life where inhabitants used ingenuity and skill to form and

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Archaeology Museum Dublin

Archaeology Museum Dublin

The Archaeology Museum Dublin is a fascinating day out in Dublin and explores treasures of Ireland’s past. Visitors can browse exhibits covering gold, bog bodies, ceramics, glass, Viking artefacts, as well many other archaeological objects found in Ireland and around the world. Located in the heart of Dublin city at Kildare Street, enjoy artefacts dating from 7000BC, right up to

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Decorative Arts and History Museum Dublin

arts and history museum dublin

Decorative Arts and History Museum Dublin is located in Collins Barracks, across the River Liffey from the Guinness Storehouse. The museum features exhibits from Ireland’s past and covers the two main themes – Decorative Arts exploring clothing, garments, furniture, jewellery and ceramics and Military History, exploring equipment, supplies, combat dress and dedicated exhibits covering the 1916 Easter Rising. Proclaiming A

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Natural History Museum Dublin

natural history museum dublin

Natural History Museum Dublin is located in Merrion Square Dublin 2, beside government buildings. Affectionately known by Irish people as the “dead zoo”, the museum offers a superb display of natural life exhibits from all areas in Ireland. Visitors can explore rich and diverse plant and animal life from the Irish countryside and coastlines, exotic animals from around the world

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