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With its many renowned National museums and a number of culturally significant literary haunts (the Chester Beatty Library Museum and the Dublin Writer’s Museum are both well worth a visit) it would ...
With over 30 museums, there’s a museum for anything and everyone in Dublin, with some of Europe’s best history, art and literature exhibitions, as well as some more unusual offerings (yes, there’s ...
With almost as many museums in the city as pubs, Dublin’s reputation as a cultural center remains secure, but the best thing about the city’s impressive art and science exhibits is that a huge number ...
Whether you’re traveling Dublin on a tight budget or blew your travel funds on one of the city’s notorious pub-crawls, there are plenty of ways to explore the Irish capital for free. Here are some ...
Written by Viator, September 2012
Rainy days are part of the package when it comes to holidays in the UK, but there’s no need to let a few showers stop you from exploring the city. Here are a few ideas to keep you busy when it’s wet ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, July 2011
Every country has its national gallery and usually locates it in its capital city. It’s no surprise to find the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin. What might be surprising is just what a strong ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, January 2013
While visitors to Dublin flock to marvel at the historic grounds of Dublin Castle, few take the time to wander the castle gardens, a pocket of tranquility despite their central location, and a ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, October 2011
In 1908 art collector Hugh Lane left his collection to Ireland, which established Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane. This gallery of modern and contemporary art includes works by Monet, Manet, Degas ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, January 2012
A relative newcomer to the scene of museums and visitor attractions in Dublin, the National Leprechaun Museum opened its doors in early 2010. Its aim: to teach visitors to Ireland about Irish myths ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, July 2012
If you bring your kids with you to Dublin, here’s a list of activities and places you can take them to: 1. Imaginosity, Dublin’s Children’s Museum (The Plaza, Beacon South Quarter, Sandyford, Dublin ...
Written by Dublin Expert: Rob, Ireland, February 2011
Ever imagined or wondered what it was like for Howard Carter who discovered the tomb and the glorious treasures of King Tut of Egypt in 1922? Imagine being able to relive that realistically like ...
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