Military Museums in Dublin

Military Museums in Dublin, Ireland

Military Museums in Dublin

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  • F&O Mon
    Ireland59 contributions
    Well worth a visit. Free admission. Really enjoyed the history exhibitions. Very well presented and laid out. For anyone interested in Irish military history it’s very interesting. The Asgard is also a wonderful piece of Irish history that all should visit.
    Written 13 February 2024
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  • AnnaRazu
    2 contributions
    They have an interesting and extensive collection connected the workers movement in ireland. We were shown around by a very informed guide who answered all our questions and told us about the exhibits. We highly recommend visiting the museum if you are interested in labour history.
    Written 20 August 2022
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  • LiDubai
    Dubai137 contributions
    This is a walk around exhibition with a 10min introductory video. Lots of history there and less then 10 other people visiting so it was easy to view. Info boards were very long to read.
    1 hour would be enough time for your visit. Bit disappointing to think that there is not a permanent 1916 Revolution/Independence exhibition in Dublin!
    I felt it was wrong to include an exhibit of the hunger strikers, that did not happen in 1916 and was not relevant to the exhibition.
    I am not sure you would have any clearer knowledge of this time after the tour if you had not studied this period of Irish history before.
    Written 1 October 2016
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  • Hanlor
    Drogheda, Ireland416 contributions
    What a great walking tour! Stumbled across it online and feel more people should know about it and take the opportunity to explore recent and fascinating history of the Inchicore area. Our guide, Fergus was a pleasure to listen to, incredibly knowledgeable, with a great delivery and sharing details we'd never come across before. Great way to spend 90 minutes and would highly recommend. Have joined quite a few walking tours over the years and in many countries. THis was one of the most informative and enjoyable. A good tour almost completely depends on the guide and this tour is up there with the best of them
    Written 7 July 2023
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