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National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology - Kildare Street Dublin 2 Ireland

National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Category: Families, Rainy Day, Culture, Free
Type: Museums & Galleries, General Attractions
First opened in 1890 the National Museum of Ireland for Archaeology is the national repository for all archaeological objects found in Ireland and home to over two million artefacts dating from 7, ...
Russborough House - Russborough House Wicklow - Blessington County Wicklow Ireland

Russborough House

Blessington, Co. Wicklow
Category: Families, Rainy Day, Culture, Sightseeing
Type: Castles, Historic Homes & Sites, Museums & Galleries, General Attractions
Russborough House is a palladian mansion built between 1740 and 1750 by Richard Castle that displays fine stucco ceilings by the Lafranchini brothers, marvellous plasterwork and a wonderful mahoga ...
National Photographic Archive - Temple Bar Dublin 2 Ireland

National Photographic Archive

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Category: Families, Rainy Day, Culture, Free
Type: Museums & Galleries, Visitor Centres, General Attractions
The National Library's photographic collections comprise approximately 630,000 photographs, the vast majority of which are Irish.
National Library of Ireland - Kildare Street Dublin 2 Ireland

National Library of Ireland

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Category: Culture, Sightseeing, Free
Type: Libraries, General Attractions
The National Library of Ireland was established by the Dublin Science and Art Museum Act, 1877, which provided that the bulk of the collections in the possession of the Royal Dublin Society, shoul ...
Reginalds Tower - Waterford County Waterford Ireland

Reginalds Tower

Waterford, Co. Waterford
Category: Families, Rainy Day, Culture, Sightseeing
Type: Castles, Historic Homes & Sites, Museums & Galleries, Visitor Centres, General Attractions
Reginald's Tower is the oldest urban civic building in Ireland, and the oldest monument to retain its Viking name. To this day, it remains Waterford's most recognisable landmark
Saint Patricks Cathedral - Dublin 8 Ireland

Saint Patricks Cathedral

Dublin 8, Dublin City
Category: Families, Rainy Day, Culture, Sightseeing
Type: Churches & Cathedrals, Tours, General Attractions
Built in honour of Ireland's patron saint, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral stands adjacent to the famous well where tradition has it Saint Patrick baptised converts on his visit to Dublin. The pre ...
Roscrea Castle & Heritage Centre - Roscrea County Tipperary Ireland

Roscrea Castle & Heritage Centre

Roscrea, Co. Tipperary
Category: Families, Culture, Sightseeing
Type: Castles, Historic Homes & Sites, Visitor Centres, General Attractions
Roscrea Castle was originally erected by King John I of England. The later rectangular keep, known as Ormonde Castle, was built by James Butler, 4th Earl of Ormond some time before 1450.
Kerry County Museum - Museum in Tralee - Tralee County Kerry Ireland

Kerry County Museum

Tralee, Co. Kerry
Category: Families, Rainy Day, Culture
Type: Museums & Galleries, General Attractions
Kerry County Museum is located in the Ashe Memorial Hall, a fine example of public architecture in the centre of Tralee. The building is named after Thomas Ashe, a Kerryman who was a member of the ...
Number Twenty Nine - Georgian House Museum - Fitzwilliam Street Lower Dublin 2 Ireland

Number Twenty Nine - Georgian House Museum

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Category: Families, Rainy Day, Culture
Type: Castles, Historic Homes & Sites, Museums & Galleries, General Attractions
Number Twenty Nine is Dublin's Georgian House Museum. Visitors take a guided tour from the basement to the attic, through rooms which have been furnished with original artefacts as they would have ...
Old Mellifont Abbey - Drogheda County Louth Ireland

Old Mellifont Abbey

Drogheda, Co. Louth
Category: Families, Culture, Sightseeing, Free
Type: Castles, Historic Homes & Sites, Visitor Centres, Churches & Cathedrals
Mellifont Abbey resides on the banks of the River Mattock and was the first Cistercian monastery to be built in Ireland, founded in 1142 by St Malachy of Armagh.
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