National Museum of Ireland
Benburb St, Dublin 7
Decorative Arts and History Exhibition

This fascinating museum has over 16,000+ artefacts on display including examples of silver, ceramics, glassware, weaponry, furniture, folk life, clothing, jewellery, coins and medals. In the Curator’s Choice exhibition there is, amongst other treasures, an ancient Japanese ceremonial bell, which dates back over 2,000 years.

‘What’s in Store?’ gives you the chance to get behind the scenes and explore a working museum collection. Learn the histories of soldiers and their families in Soldiers & Chiefs: The Irish at War at Home and Abroad since 1550.

Other exhibitions include Irish Silver; The Way We Wore - 250 Years of Irish Clothing & Jewellery; Asgard and Proclaiming a Republic: The 1916 Rising.

Within walking distance of Heuston Station and Temple Bar (20 mins).

 

Open: Open year round. See website for opening times.

Closed on Mondays

Admission: Admission is free.

 

Public Transport         
                        

By Bus: Take bus numbers 37, 39a, 39b, 25, 25a, 66, 67 or 70

By Luas (tram): Take the Luas Red Line to Museum Stop

 



Contact Information

Address:Collins Barracks, Benburb St, Dublin 7

Phone:+353 1 677 7444

Website:www.museum.ie



GPS Coordinates & MAP

53.3489, -6.2859