The tour of the cemetary had about fifty participants but there was no issue with hearing the very informative guide, and plenty of time was given so everyone could see the details of the graves being discussed. A fascinating way to understand much of modern Irish history.
Most of the tour is on wide flatish paths so suitable for wheelchairs, however there are stairs down to see the inside of Daniel O'Connell's monument which would not be accessible.
The new musuem is worth the price if you get a combined tour/museum ticket of 10 euros. There are many interactive information boards, including a comparison of various religions views of the afterlife. The museum in fully wheelchair accessible (there is a lift to get between the floors).
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