Please note that the exhibition The Easter Rising: Understanding 1916 will be closed from the 2nd November 2015 to facilitate the future exhibition Proclaiming a Republic: The 1916 Rising.
Admission to the Museum is free.
Our four sites can be visited free of charge and donations are welcome.
From the 1950s to the 1990s, Danish born Ib Jorgensen was one of Ireland’s leading fashion designers.
Stories of the Irish at War 1914-15 and the human impact on their lives at National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History
Exhibition showcasing twenty seven years of the work of Irish Woodturner Emmet Kane.
This exciting new exhibition will open in 2016 and explore the events of Easter Week.
Learn about Brian Boru and the dramatic battle for Viking-era medieval Dublin, at National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology.
Learn about the adventures and challenges as well as realities and rich diversity of life for migrants.
Explore the history and developments in design of the bicycle.
Online walkthrough of the four floors of the National Museum of Ireland: Natural History. This 3D virtual visit includes two balconies currently closed to the public.