The Science Gallery

The Science Gallery is a public science centre at Trinity College. It is housed in Trinty's Naughton Institute and was opened in 2008.

The Science Gallery has two floors of interactive exhibitions focusing on different areas of science. There are many interesting events that take place on regular basis giving anyone with an interest in science an opportunity to interact with researchers.

The Gallery also has a variety of exhibitions throughout the year and every exhibition is different so you will never see the same thing twice. The exhibitions cover different areas of science in a very accessible and interactive way and are designed to target young people with creative ideas and want to explore the connection between science and arts.

The Gallery has a great Café where you can meet and catch up with your friends over a coffee/Tea.

Opening Times/ Prices:

The Science Gallery is open to the public from Tuesday to Sunday but opening times vary depending on the exhibition and the events taking place.


Admission is generally Free, however some events might have a small charge and members get discounts.


The Naughton institute, Pearse Street, Trinity College Dublin 2

Getting There:

The Science Gallery is located approximately 15 min walk from the Castle Hotel or take the number 10 bus from outside the hotel and it will drop you off right outside Trinity College.

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