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#1 of 98 Museums in Dublin
Its a perfect way to start your stay, other museums and sites you will see along your trip will mean more to you after visiting Kilmainham Gaol.
Perhaps one of the most interesting museums to see in Dublin.
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#2 of 98 Museums in Dublin
The hardwork & dedication of the people involved in the current ongoing Restoration & Museum is fabulous to see.
I found the museum staff welcoming and more than helpful in explaining the significance of the site and its exhibits.
#3 of 98 Museums in Dublin
This is one of the best museums I have visited ANYWHERE ... Brilliantly interactive with intelligent informative and engaging use of media telling the multidimensional tale if the Irish diaspora.
Through our personal relationships, visiting museums, and attending cultural events, we have a great love for our Irish heritage.
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#4 of 98 Museums in Dublin
He truly made the history of whiskey come to life and we felt this might be missing bit from other museums in Dublin… Owen, ensured that the background and historical environment was set to explain the details of...
I took my partner to Dublin for his birthday and he very much enjoys "how it's made" style / interactive museums.... and whiskey.
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#5 of 98 Museums in Dublin
Moreover, there is one of the best stadium's museums full of history, informations and interactive games.
Excellent , enthusiastic staff and splendid interactive GAA museum .Very interesting audio visuals in a thoroughly modern exhibition space.The 'test your skills' bit was good fun ,too.The thrills and skills of hur...
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#6 of 98 Museums in Dublin
Definitely one of the best (and most unique) museums I have ever been to - set within a gorgeous Georgian building and decorated beautifully (with all artefacts donated by Dubliners over the years).
It’s hard being a tourist as much as I want to know everything about Dublin’s history I find the large museums and exhibitions can be crowded and overwhelming..
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#7 of 98 Museums in Dublin
An added bonus: the food in the cafe was exceptional which is a rarity for museums.
I visited Glasnevin cemetery museum today and thoroughly enjoyed both the museum and the tour.The tour guide , Bridget was brilliant, so informative and interesting.
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#8 of 98 Museums in Dublin
This is one of Dublin's truly great museums with a world famous collections of manuscripts from Central Asia, China and Japan, including a fantastic collection of early Christian gospels and Korans.
The Chester Beatty Library is a unique museum that sets itself apart from the standard natural history, art, and local history museums you'll find in major cities.
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#9 of 98 Museums in Dublin
As well as this place, visit other places around the country where there are various commemorative events, museums and monuments.
The museum consists of over 50 poster style pictures, drawings, maps & charts with detailed written explanations under each one that explains the importance of the potato, how the famine began, its effects on the...
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#10 of 98 Museums in Dublin
What a wonderful place to visit and as with all dublins museums its free.was the best one we visited, lots to see including mummies and vikings great displays bigger than it looks on the outside and the coffee sho...
I've visited each of the National Museums (the one on Folk and Country Life in Mayo is outstanding too), but there's something about seeing these ancient and profoundly beautiful exhibits here on Kildare St. that...
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