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Dublinia is one of Dublin’s top visitor attractions with three exciting exhibitions all located at the historic crossroads of Dublin. There are three exciting exhibitions; Viking Dublin and Medieval Dublin recreate the city through life size...more
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Not going to lie, we were actually pleasantly surprised. As we both love anything to do with Vikings, we were directed here by many of our friends, family and colleagues. However, we were warned that it may be a little "kid-ish". It was nowhere near...More
Very good displays. In some areas you could feel as if you were there at that time
Unfortunately the third floor exhibition was not open.
There is a lengthy walk up the tower too. So going on earlier in the day is an idea as...More
We visited this museum on March 5. There are several buses that stop close to Dublinia.
The entrance fee was reduced because of restoration works on level 3. If you purchased the combination ticket with the Church, there was no reduced fee.
On level 1...More
Dublinia is a very good venue for Children. We were 2 Adults and 2 Children. The Children loved the interactive aspects of the 'Market' ie guessing which spice etc. We all enjoyed listening and watching the Gentleman explaining how dice and board games were created...More
This is a museum of Dublin aimed at tracking the history of Dublin in an accessible way. It's fun, and if you can manage 150 steps, the tower gives excellent views over Dublin.
Our girls are 22 but they loved the place!
My partner and I went to the Dublinia museum as part of our Dublin Pass. I don't think we would have gone if we didn't have the pass, and this is the one part of our trip that I didn't particularly enjoy. The museum felt...More
We only spent about an hour. - rather last century, I thought. You can get a double ticket that gets you into the adjacent church. I would recommend the new exhibition at the Post Office although it makes one embarrassed to... More
We only spent about an hour. - rather last century, I thought. You can get a double ticket that gets you into the adjacent church. I would recommend the new exhibition at the Post Office although it makes one embarrassed to be British. And if you plan to visit the jail buy your tickets in advance. We didn't and so missed out.