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Rathfarnham Castle
Rathfarnham Castle was declared a National Monument in the mid-1980s. Built by Yorkshireman Adam Loftus, it contains 18th century interiors by Sir William Chambers and James Athenian Stuart. more »
Phoenix Park Visitor Centre
Phoenix Park is one of the largest and most magnificent city parks in Europe. Visitors enjoy an entertaining exhibition on the history and wildlife of the park, and get a great historical interpretation of the park from 3500BC to the present day. more »
Old Jameson Distillery
Trace the history of Irish whiskey back to the 6th century and witness the fascinating craft of Jameson whiskey making through malting, milling, mashing, fermenting, distilling and maturing. more »
Number Twenty Nine - Georgian House Museum
Number Twenty Nine, situated in Dublin's fashionable Georgian Streets, is a uniquely restored four-story townhouse museum that reflects what life was like during the period 1790 to 1820. The tour shows how people lived during these years ... more »
NMI: Natural History
This is the oldest part of the museum, located on Merrion Street, and has been open at this location since 1857. On display are animals, birds and insects from every corner of the globe, some to be seen today and others long extinct. As well as this, more »
NMI: Decorative Arts and History
The Decorative Arts and History section at the National Museum of Ireland in Collins Barracks has state of the art exhibitions on display varying to include silver, ceramic, glassware pieces, weaponry, clothing, furniture, examples of folk life ... more »
NMI: Archaeology & History
This magnificent museum which first opened its doors in 1890, exhibits Ireland's world famous collection of Bronze Age gold ornaments and unparalleled Irish early Christian treasures such as the Ardagh Chalice, the Derrynaflan Hoard, ... more »
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