The National Museum at Collins Barracks is Ireland's new museum of the decorative arts and of the economic, social, political and military history of our country.
The National Museum at Collins Barracks is Ireland's new museum of the decorative arts and of the economic, social, political and military history of our country. There are a number of special thematic exhibitions - "Curator's Choice", "Out of Storage", "The Museum at Work" and "Museum Development".
Other displays trace the development of the country through the ages. The various collections chronicle the development of a vast range of arts and crafts including ceramics, silver, glassware, period furniture and weaponry.
Alongside many of the exhibitions are interactive monitors that give comprehensive information on the artifacts on display.
The museum is fully accessible for people with disabilities.
For the complete Museum experience, hop on the Museumlink bus to visit any of the locations of the National Museum of Ireland at Collins Barracks, Kildare Street or Merrion Street.
Benburb Street Dublin 7, Co Dublin Directions 2km from centre of Dublin
All Year Tues - Sat 10:00-17:00
All Year Sun 14:00-17:00
Closed Mondays, Christmas Day, Good Friday
No admission fees
*Free Admission with Discovering Ireland Vacation
Guided Tours: Yes
Audio Visual Exhibition: Yes
Car Park: Yes
Coach Park: Yes
Disabled Access: Yes