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The Little Museum of Dublin is open 7 days a week from 9.30 to 5pm and on Thursdays we stay open until 8pm. Entrance to this quirky museum is by guided tour only. Our famous tours start on the hour, every hour. Housed in a landmark Georgian building...more
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This is a small museum but explains key threads of Dublin’s history in an informative and entertaining way. The staff who run it are very enthusiastic about what they are doing and communicating with visitors. Very worth a visit if you are in Dublin.
It was our first time in Dublin. The little museum of Dublin tour was included in the Dodublin card. Joan gave us the tour and we thought she was thoughtful and funny. We had a good laugh while learning about Irish history in 30 minutes....More
Came to Dublin to find out more about the Irish culture and history and we arrived at the right place. The museum is absolutely stunning and Fiona is an excellent guide that knows everything about Dublon! Would recommend to everyone I know!
You should book a tour but when its not so busy you may be able to turn up and get on the next one. The museum is quite small but the guide (Gary in our case) is informative and entertaining. Its only a short tour...More
We loved our visit at the Little Museum!!Which was literally "little", but lovely! Conveniently located, in the heart of the city centre. Our guide Andrew was the cutest and friendliest person I've ever met in a museum. The entrance fee includes the guided tour at...More
On my boyfriends actual birthday we went for the Jameson’s tour and he absolutely loved it! He’s now a life long fan of Jameson’s whiskey and the tour was really informative whilst still interactive and fun.
Made it just in time to tag onto a guided tour. Normally the kind of thing I'd avoid but well worth it. I now understand why the Irish hate the English so much...a tragic series of events brought to life with humour by the guide.