Not the best selection of art. Great gardens and a warm way to spend a rainy day. Brilliant that it is free.
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My first visit here in years. Their Rodney Graham exhibition ends soon, it is a fabulous and interesting exhibition. I had forgotten how nice the grounds and building are at Kilmainham Hospital. I will be back again soon. There is a great cafe there too...More
The museum has much to see, fine architecture good restaurant and varied collection. The main attraction for us and scheduled to remain for another couple of years is a collection of work by Lucien Freud. No not that Freud but his son, one of the...More
We visited the IMMA for a few hours before taking a tour of Kilmainham Gaol. The gallery is set in a former hospital for retired soldiers, and has been converted sympathetically to be an excellent space for displaying art. We particularly enjoyed the Rodney Graham...More
A beautiful courtyard with free entrance. We went hear after the Gaol to lighten our mood. We saw a very talented artist which we both enjoyed and took our time over on one side of the courtyard and then we took about hummmm less than...More
a beautiful building with fantastic grounds for walking, a walled garden etc., even if you don't like modern art it is still worth a visit for these reasons, bit of a pain that you now have to pay for parking in the grounds which used...More
Probably good if you understand modern art. Otherwise it's just a walk around a big building with strands of paper receipts and 'folded linen' providing many 'how on earth is that art' moments.