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National Museum of Ireland – Archeology

National Museum of Ireland – Archeology

East Ireland | County Dublin

National Museum of Ireland – Archeology - contains greatest collections of Irish material heritage and culture. Is home to more than two million archaeological objects and specimens (weaponry, furniture, jewelry, ceramics, glassware, costumes - some artifacts dating from 7000 BC). Museum consists of several permanent exhibitions: “Prehistoric Ireland”, “Ór - Ireland's Gold ”, “The Treasury - Celtic and Early Christian Ireland”, “Kingship and Sacrifice”, “Viking Ireland”, “Medieval Ireland”, “Ancient Egypt”, “Ceramics and Glass from Ancient Cyprus”. For sure one of the most interesting exhibition is “Kingship and Sacrifice “ which contains very well preserved Iron Age human bodies found in Irish bog.

    • Tuesday to Saturday: 10am-5pm
    • Sunday: 2pm- 5pm
    • Closed Mondays (including Bank Holidays),
      Christmas Day and Good Friday
    • Free
    • Kildare St
    • Dublin 2
  • CAR PARK :
    • Not provided

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