GPO Museum in Dublin City Centre
GPO Museum in Dublin City Centre

GPO Museum in Dublin City Centre

Calling all history lovers! Do you want to experience a unique day out that all the family can enjoy? Well then, look no further than the GPO Museum in Dublin City Centre! This museum is located inside the General Post Office, which is steeped in Irish history. This is the same site where the 1916 rebellion took place. When Irish Republicans took on the British Army in head to head combat. This rebellion failed but eventually led to the formation of The Republic of Ireland as we know it now.

Where can I find the GPO in Dublin?

The facility is located on O Connell Street, a short walk from Connolly Train Station and Busaras Bus Station.

The museum features some of the latest immersive technology and aims to educate and inform its visitors in the most interactive way possible. There are also guided tours available, with small to medium-sized groups catered for. The museum also hosts regular exhibitions and is a regular fit for students studying the topic for exams. So, what are you waiting for? Make the most of your day off and immerse yourself in Irish history at the GPO Museum in Dublin!

  • Open Wednesday to Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm.
  • Adult admission is €17.
  • Student/Senior admission is €15.
  • Disabled access.
  • Toilets available.
  • Tours are available in six languages.

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