National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology
Kildare St, Dublin 2, D02 FH48
The National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology is home to an extraordinary range of iconic treasures, including the Ardagh Chalice, the ‘Tara’ Brooch and the famous Derrynaflan Hoard.
From Prehistoric Ireland to Ancient Egypt, visitors can see important archaeological artefacts dating from 7000 BC up to the 20th century.
Highlights include the world-famous Iron Age ‘bog bodies’, an exhibition of prehistoric Irish gold, and a section dedicated to an early medieval book of psalms known as the Faddan More Psalter.
The museum offers a year-round programme of workshops, talks and tours for all ages and a changing programme of temporary exhibitions on historical and contemporary themes.
There is gift shop onsite, but the café is closed due to renovations.
Admission is FREE but Booking is required
Tuesday to Saturday 10am – 5pm
Sunday and Monday 1pm – 5pm
Closed Christmas Day, St. Stephen’s Day and Good Friday
Follow us on
The Address Connolly
Welcome to The Address Connolly (formerly the North Star Hotel) in the heart of Dublin City Centre. This Address is the perfect downtown haven if you’re visiting Dublin city for business or le...
Number 31 is Dublin’s premier tucked away place to stay, combining the best of two worlds, a classical Georgian townhouse and a light filled modernist mews. It is an oasis of peace and quiet, hid...
Stauntons on The Green
Stauntons on the Green, a home and home-from-home to some of Ireland’s best-known movers and shakers over the last 250 years. Past residents include poet, Gerald Manley Hopkins and prominent Iris...