National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology

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6 expert recommendations


Fodor's Tick Choice

One of four branches of The National Museum of Ireland, and home to a fabled collection of Irish artifacts dating from 7000 BC to the present. Full review →


Frommer's 34

Established in 1890, this museum is a reflection of Ireland's heritage from 2000 B.C. to the present. Full review →


Lonely Planet Tick Top Choice

The mother of Irish museums and the country’s most important cultural institution was established in 1977 as the primary repository of the nation’s archaeological treasures. Full review →

The star attractions are all here... enthralling stuff!

Michelin Guide 54

With Collins Barracks, this forms the setting for the collections of the National Museum and focuses on archaeological and Celtic items, including the remarkable Treasury. Full review →


Time Out

Established in 1877 by the Science and Art Museums Act, the National Museum is deservedly one of Dublin's most popular attractions. Full review →


Travel + Leisure

There are three branches of the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin: Decorative Arts & History in Collins Barracks, Natural History on Merrion Street (also known as the Dead Zoo), and... Full review →

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