If you like to learn something about the past you’ve got many good options in Dublin, Ireland. The capital city is rich of national museums which don’t charge an entrance fee and it’s worth to have a look into all of them. The National Museum of Ireland has an archaeological section in Kildare street where you also can learn about the influence of the Vikings. Many ancient treasures of all ages are on display.
One of the most visited sections is the Natural History Museum in Merrion street which is also great for children. Don’t miss the section on Decorative Arts & History in Benburb street; art enthusiasts will for sure also enjoy the National Gallery in Merrion Square West. If you fancy more modern art – make your way to the Irish Museum of Modern Art at the city quarter Kilmainham.
National Museum of Ireland
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