Art Museums in Dublin

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Art Museums in Dublin

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  • jsknight20
    Austin, TX210 contributions
    Illustrated literature from the dawn of time till now is the highlight of this collection, and I can see why Mr. Beatty collected what he did. Don't miss this free museum when in central Dublin. The grounds outside are really nice too, and there was someone playing an Irish flute while we were there.
    Written 13 August 2022
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  • DML17
    Annandale, VA42 contributions
    Loved visiting this place! It has a diverse offering of exhibits, covering Irish military history, jewelry, furniture, and fashion as well as a collection of Asian artifacts and art. The staff were wonderful, asking us our interests and how much time we had, then guiding us in the right direction to make the most of our experience. Being at Collins Barracks and learning military history along with pictures of the barracks through time was pretty cool. The military portion of the visit was the best, with some interactive exhibits and interesting vignettes of events.
    Written 30 July 2022
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  • May T
    9 contributions
    The quality of the works exhibited - the presentation.
    The Francis Bacon studio was amazing especially the interview.
    The information offered beside the works of Art made it a worthwhile venture as also educative.
    There is also a great cafe with charming and helpful staff. All in all a very positive experience.
    Written 25 June 2022
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  • Maxs_Trip_Tips
    London, UK317 contributions
    Nice to see Dublin starting to put money into this. Well put together but very limited. Worth a visit if you have time but as it’s quite far from town, it’s not a must see.
    Written 3 August 2022
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  • Tony
    Dublin, Ireland3 contributions
    Over the years I’ve become a frequent visitor and friend to the Icon Walk and Factory. It’s one of those hidden gems and such a fun way to learn more about the heroes of Irish Culture. I was dismayed to hear that this project is under threat as their new landlord seeks vacant possession. It would be such a shame to see this little Gem disappear.
    Written 6 September 2020
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  • JDH
    2 contributions
    TWO PLACES FOR MODERN ART LOVERS TO VISIT IN IRELAND, ONE IS IMMA & the other is Douglas Hyde Gallery in Trinity College Dublin
    I think the show was explained by Sara Muthi of work by Gabriel Kuri
    Written 3 January 2021
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  • PalomaDC
    12 contributions
    Happened across this small art studio. Such good luck. I really like the creativity and determination to express! Stayed to talk about the art world in Dublin. Highly recommend
    Written 15 July 2019
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  • Squareroots
    Dublin21 contributions
    Small little place but some nice bits & pieces on. Recently went to German movie night & later an exhibit on Love Letters. Staff were lovely. Keep an eye on this place.
    Written 17 March 2014
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