National Museum of Ireland, County Dublin

Established in the year 1890, National Museum of Ireland is always on the top of every tourist itinerary. With its three branches in Dublin and one branch in County Mayo, National Museum of Ireland is devoted to Irish decorative art, rich culture and heritage as well as natural history.

The collections belonging to the bygone eras of Ireland are displayed in these four museums, namely Archeology and History, Decorative Arts and History, Natural History and lastly Country Life. All these museums focus on different aspects of the Ireland, showcasing the artifacts and precious metal antiquities belonging to different eras.

This museum is one of the best tourist attractions in Dublin where visitors get the chance to understand the history, culture, background and heritage of this spectacular country.

· Facilities: Guided tours, Access for Disabled

· Opening Time:

· Tuesdays to Saturdays (10am to 5pm)

· Sundays (2pm to 5pm) and Mondays (Closed)

· Admission Charge: €2 per person

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