Book Now

GAA Museum

National Museum of Ireland - Natural History

Dublin Writers Museum

National Gallery of Ireland

Hugh Lane Gallery

Little Museum of Dublin


An Post Museum at the GPO (General Post Office)

An Post Museum
Situated in a corner of Dublin's GPO, The An Post Museum houses the exhibition - Letters, Lives & Liberty.

Dublin Writers Museum

Ireland is a well-known country for its outstanding writers, poets and literatures and on the doorstep of the Castle Hotel is the Dublin Writers Museum. The museum is one of the most famous attractions in Dublin where people visit to be swept away by Irish tales, focloir, poetry and excerpts from diary’s that were written by Irish literary hero’s such as Yeats, Beckett, Joyce, Heaney, Patrick Kavanagh and Oscar Wilde.

Geological Museum at Trinity College

Geological Museum
The Geology Department houses teaching and research collections the first of which were acquired by Trinity in 1777. Currently the collections comprise over 100,000 specimens.

Glasnevin Cemetery Museum

webimage 20431FF7 458A 4744 96DE7B2C4C24
The Glasnevin Cemetery officially known as Prospect Cemetery is the largest non-denominational cemetery in Ireland. There are over 1.5 million people buried there, from rebels, revolutionaries, body snatchers and gravediggers to just ordinary people. Glasnevin Museum shares their stories with you.

Hugh Lane Art Gallery

Hugh Lane Gallery
The Hugh Lane is adjacent to the Castle Hotel on Parnell Square; it is one of Dublin’s best known galleries.

Imaginosity (Children’s Museum)

Imaginosity is a creative, educational and interactive learning experience for children under 9 years of age and their Families.

Irish Museum of Modern Art

Irish Museum of Modern Art 2
The Irish Museum of Modern Art, also known as IMMA, is Ireland's leading national institution for the collection and presentation of modern and contemporary art. It houses a permanent collection and temporary exhibitions of varied art.

National Gallery of Ireland

webimage 4B6CACE9 7CB5 489B 82E769F7BA4B
The National Gallery holds the national collection of European and Irish fine art.Located in Merrion Square adjacent to Leinster House, the National Gallery now houses the National collection of historic Irish & European fine art. Over the past 150 years the series of buildings, which make up the Gallery were developed and in 2002 was inaugurated with the Millennium wing, the structure and purpose for this intervention is to allow for future development, it also meant that a new entrance to the Gallery was opened on Clare Street, this work was done by London based architects, Benson & Forsyth.

National Print Museum

The National Print Museum
The National Print Museum was established to document the history of printing in Ireland, to retain the skills relating to the craft of printing and to create a permanent working exhibition of printing.

National Transport Museum of Ireland

The National Transport Museum
The Transport Museum Society of Ireland began with an abortive 1949 effort to preserve three Dublin trams. Totally voluntary, the Society became a limited company in 1971 and is now a registered charity, operating to international museum standards.

Olivier Cornet Art Gallery

oliver cornett 2
Located at 3 Great Denmark Street in the Parnell Square Cultural Quarter, the heart of Georgian Dublin, the Olivier Cornet Art Gallery is now one of Ireland's most exciting contemporary fine art galleries,

The Little Museum Of Dublin

little museum of dublin
Dublin History comes to life at this charming non-profit museum. Housed in one of the city's finest Georgian mansions, it was set up to tell the history of Dublin in the 20th century.

The National Leprechaun Museum

National Leprechaun Museum
The National Leprechaun Museum is located on Jervis Street in Dublin City Centre just off O’Connell St.

The National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology

The National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology is a branch of the National Museum of Ireland located on Kildare Street in Dublin 2. The Museum is repository for all archaeological objects found in Ireland and home to over two million artefacts.

The National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History

webimage 4B6CACE9 7CB5 489B 82E769F7BA4B
The National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History is a branch of the National Museum of Ireland located at the former Collins Barracks, Dublin 7. The Museum is home to a wide range of objects, which include coins, weaponry, furniture, silver, ceramics and glassware; as well as examples of folklife and costume.

The National Museum of Ireland - Natural History Museum.

webimage 2596A4A8 95B7 40DE 83D28375A576
The Natural History Museum is a branch of the National Museum of Ireland and is located on Merrion Street in Dublin 2. It is sometimes called the dead zoo and is home to galleries of animals from Ireland and overseas, also geological exhibits from a total collection of about 2 million scientific specimens.

The National Wax Museum Plus

The National Wax Museum Plus, The Armour
The National Wax Museum Plus home of the stars, your heroes and much much more, It is an exciting interactive visitor attraction located in the heart of Dublin's city centre Temple Bar district and just off Dame Street. The National Wax Museum Plus is an exciting visitor attraction with a lot on view to offer. It is located in the Heart of Dublin City Centre and its entrance is situated across from Trinity College, just off Dame Street and only 2 minutes’ walk from O Connell Bridge.

The Ye Olde Hurdy-Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio

Olde Hurdy Gurdy Museum
The Ye Olde Hurdy-Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio in Howth boasts many examples of early Morse equipment, gramophones, crystal sets, valve radios and other pieces of equipment.