LOCAL ATTRACTIONS #35: LITTLE MUSEUM OF DUBLIN
21 May 2019
The Little Museum of Dublin is labelled “the people’s museum” and is voted the number one museum in Dublin on TripAdvisor. The aptly named museum is situated within a Georgian townhouse in the very centre of the city and prides itself in offering a unique and detailed overview on the fascinating aspects and stories of the history of Dublin in the 20th century, all told expertly by friendly and interactive guides.
The museum features over 5,000 artefacts and memorabilia either donated or loaned by the people of Dublin. Topics within the tour include the 1916 Easter Rising, the visit of President John F. Kennedy, as well as more modern aspects including an exhibit focusing on the Dublin rock band U2.
Please note that the museum has limited capacity, and the guided tours often sell out in advance. We recommend purchasing your tour tickets on their official website using the details listed below to avoid disappointment.
USEFUL INFORMATION WHEN VISITING
Adults: From €10.00 (From £8.78 or $11.14).
Students/Seniors: From €8.00 (From £7.03 or $8.92).
Children: From €8.00 (From £7.03 or $8.92).
Special group packages available for families.
Currency conversion correct as on 21.05.2019.
Monday – Sunday: 9.30am – 5.00pm.
Distance from West County Hotel
The Little Museum of Dublin is located 9km from West County Hotel Dublin, or 25 minutes’ drive. Take bus 25, 26, 66, 66A, 66B, or 67 from outside the hotel and get off at Stop 406 (Nassau Street). The Little Museum of Dublin is located just 2 minutes’ walk from this bus stop.