- Temporary Closure of Roger Casement Exhibition (from the 20th March 2017)
- Temporary Closure of Turlough Park House (Museum Galleries, gardens, shop and café remain open as usual).
Admission to the Museum is free.
Donations are welcome.
NMI - Decorative Arts & History, opening 31st March 2017: Shadow of Sodeisha: Japanese and Irish Art in Clay.
NMI - Decorative Arts & History: This must-see exhibition explores the events of Easter Week.
Discover the historic Asgard yacht and its conservation. Learn about the 1914 Howth Gun Running.
Stories of the Irish at War 1914-15 and the human impact on their lives at National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History
An illustrated sample of 10,000 records from our collections management systems, depicting objects from the 16th to the 20th century.
Participants in the Easter Rising signed their names to a Roll of Honour in 1936. It was presented to the Taoiseach Éamon de Valera. Explore online.
Learn about Brian Boru and the dramatic battle for Viking-era medieval Dublin, at National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology.
NMI - Country Life: The Cushalogurt Hoard and the Coolcronaun Sword – an exhibition illustrating echoes of the Vikings in Mayo.
Online walkthrough of the four floors of the National Museum of Ireland: Natural History. This 3D virtual visit includes two balconies currently closed to the public.