The National Museum of Ireland in Dublin City Centre
The National Museum of Ireland in Dublin City Centre

The National Museum of Ireland in Dublin City Centre

Calling all architecture and history lovers! Do you want to experience a unique educational day out in Dublin city centre? If so, make sure you visit the National Museum of Ireland-Archeology on your next day out in the capital. This fantastic museum is where all of the archaeological finds throughout Ireland end up, and, is home to over two million different types of artefacts. These range from Viking hoards, Pottery and Books to Bog preserved bodies.

Where can I find the National Museum of Ireland- Archaeology?

The museum is located in Dublin city centre, near Trinity College, directly facing Merrion Square Park.

The museum boasts some of the finest collections of Prehistoric gold artefacts in Western Europe, with more unique examples of metalwork found from the Iron age and Medieval times. The museum also has a selection of permanent exhibitions on display. These include; Viking Ireland, Ancient Egypt, Ireland’s gold, and Prehistoric Ireland. The museum also provides multiple different events throughout the year, including; Talks and tours, and, an exciting programme of regular temporary exhibitions, which gave a unique historical insight into their topics. So, what are you waiting for? Make the most of your day off in Dublin, and experience the fascinating National Museum of Ireland-Archeology!

  • Groups and families are welcome.
  • Regular exhibitions.
  • Cafe.

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