The Irish Rock ‘N’ Roll Museum in Temple Bar
The Irish Rock ‘N’ Roll Museum in Temple Bar

The Irish Rock ‘N’ Roll Museum in Temple Bar

Calling all music lovers! Do you enjoy Rock and Roll, but want to see the history of the genre in Ireland. Then look no further than the Irish Rock ‘N’ Roll Museum, uniquely placed in Dublin’s famous Temple Bar. The museum explores the history of Irish artists, since the 1970s, celebrating artists like Rory Gallagher, U2, Sinead O Connor, Horslips, Thin Lizzy, and The Pogues.

Why should I visit The Irish Rock 'N' Roll Museum?

The museum attempts to educate visitors on the impact of Rock and Roll in Ireland. However, it looks at the impact such a small island had on the genre throughout the world.

The building stems from the famous Temple bar rehearsal studios and Temple bar music centre, and the museum attempts to incorporate these elements into its aesthetic, attempting to celebrate the people and culture of the area. Visitors are welcomed into the facilities Cinema, where an educational film on Irish Rock ‘N’ Roll will be shown. With admission, visitors are given the opportunity to explore “The Button Factory”, and, the recording studios where some of the worlds most famous artists have recorded, including; Will. I.AM and Rihanna. So, what are you waiting for? Make the most of your day out in Dublin, and explore the fantastic Irish Rock ‘N’ Roll Museum in Temple Bar!

  • Central location.
  • Easily accessed by public transport.
  • Cafes and bars nearby.

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