Wish we had more time to spend here. So much to see. We loved it. Very interesting. The long dug out at 2500bc amazing
About National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology
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Here you will see ancient jewelry, bog bodies and relics of many years of history and the people now called Irish/ Best of all it is free to visit so no excuses not to go.
A well-laid-out museum that takes you far back in Ireland's history. Admission is free, and the cafeteria is not at all bad for a quick lunch.
We only gave ourselves 60 minutes so we were rushed but it was very interesting. We were amazed by the condition and the amount of items that came from centuries ago. I was intrigued by the way the peat was able to preserve the bodies...More
I really enjoyed this museum. We went on the last day of our trip to Ireland, which was perfect because we sought out exhibits of things we learned about during the prior 2 weeks as we explored the rest of the country. You could spend...More
With so many sights and presentation in Dublin focused on Irish independence, this museum offered a nice break and provided perspective on Ireland 's very early history (e.g., pre-Anglo-Norman). Allow a couple of hours.
It was ok to be honest id be more interested in modern history. But in fairness the collection of the ancient artefacts was amazing all round
It was fairly busy when I went The museum is interesting and well laid out in chronological order if you choose to follow the order There is some good reading but not to much so your attention span starts to wane The big bodies found...More
Of the various branches of the National Museum, this one is the most widely reputed as a must-see, and for good reason. In a few hours you can see amazing artifacts covering Ireland's prehistory, Viking influences, the Gaels, and more. The exhibit of Ireland's long...More