Calling all art lovers! Are you looking for something to light your creative spark? If so, make sure to visit The National Gallery of Ireland on your next day off! This fantastic gallery holds the Irish national selection of European and Irish fine art. The museum aims to develop and showcase art that provides an experience that excites the general public about art.

Where can I find The National Gallery of Ireland?

The gallery is located in Dublin city centre, in Merrion Square. Close to Trinity College and The National Museum of Ireland. This area is serviced by regular bus and rail links.

The gallery has regular exhibitions that showcase all aspects of Irish life and art, with seasonal installations that can suit anybody. Some of these exhibitions include Jack B Yeates: Painting and Memory, Apollo Young Creators, and Turner & Place. Their historic buildings have been recently refurbished, and aim to give visitors to best possible experience while taking in all of the fantastic art that the facility has to offer. So, what are you waiting for? Make the most of your next day off and visit the famous National Gallery of Ireland!

  • Admission is free.
  • Wheelchair access.
  • Regular exhibitions.
  • Open from Monday, 11am to 5.30.
  • Open Tuesday to Saturday, 9.45 am to 5.30 pm.

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