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- Directions: Dublin City 'Hop on Hop Off' bus tours, have a drop off and pick up stop at our three sites in Dublin. Luas: The Red line from Connolly Station to Tallaght has a stop at the National Museum of Ireland–Decorative Arts and History, called "Museum". Trams run every ten minutes and for more information visit the Luas website. For Dublin City bus services, visit DublinBus.ie
- Opening Times: Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm and Sunday 2pm to 5pm. Closed Monday including bank holidays.
- Facilities: Museum café, museum gift shop, free car parking, education resource room, fully wheelchair accessible.
- Admission Prices: Self guided visit: Admission Free Daily public tours: €2.00 p.p. Groups: €40 per guide. Groups must book guided tours in advance. Minimun and maximun numbers apply. Check each site for details.
National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts and HistoryDublin City Dublin - Ireland East
Collins Barracks in Dublin City could be said to be the National Museum of Ireland's largest artefact, having had a unique history all of its own in another life. Collins Barracks has been completely renovated and restored to become the National Museum of Decorative Arts and History, charting Ireland's economic, social, political and military progress through the ages. Artefacts on display range from silver, ceramic and glassware pieces to weaponry, furniture, examples of folk life and costume. All of these are displayed with imagination in innovative and contemporary galleries, which entice you to go further, look harder and examine more closely. For the current calendar of events at the National Museums, please check our website.
ContactoTeléfono+353 (0)1 677 7444
Fax:+353 (0)1 677 7450
Página web: www.museum.ie
dirección: Collins Barracks, Benburb Street, Co Dublin, 7, Republic of Ireland